Norway is an incredibly vast country and somewhere that should be on every travellers radar to visit. It’s not just that the scenery is incredible, or that the whole country offers such amazing opportunities to explore its natural beauty but also because of its towns and people who are so warm and friendly… …I’m not … Continue Reading

When you find yourself in Øye, there’s really only one place you should be staying in and that’s the Hotel Union Øye. Why? Hotel Union Øye is a very special place – this was THE place where the aristocracy from Europe stayed in and it’s a interesting part of Norway’s culture and history. The hotel has been … Continue Reading

I maaaaay have over-indulged at dinner the night before. The good thing about that though – combined with the clear sea breeze meant that I slept rather soundly that night. (Seriously, nothing beats a good night’s sleep when you’re travelling). The next morning (after breakfast, of course), packed our bags, bade farewell to our hotel … Continue Reading

And don’t get me wrong, Oslo is as charming as European cities come. It’s one of my favourite Scandinavian cities, it’s got a lot of history behind it, it’s also very beautiful, really quite walkable and has a pretty decent nightlife (see more on Oslo here) but Norway’s true appeal lies far from the bright lights of … Continue Reading