June first and it’s ten months since we left Norway. Ten months – ten countries – ten years married. It’s been a good run so far. Continue reading
I wake every morning from the alarm, or rather Katja’s continuous talking now that the alarm has gone off. Today is no different, but for the fact that she’s not in bed. She’s cross legged on the floor having mediated for a while. But when the alarm goes off she’s back among us mere mortals and go:”blah blah blah I’ve meditated! blah blah blah. Wanna hear what I’ve planned for the day? Yes? Yes? Yes? Blah blah blah.” I just try not to fall asleep again.
We wake up super excited today. We’ve booked two separate activities from the same operator.
Another morning another sunrise. Same procedure as last time. We get out just a little earlier since we’re driving a little longer. Continue reading
Up before the birds fart and off we go. In the dark all cats are grey, and the stupid people with no light on their bikes live dangerously. We’re off to see the sunrise. Continue reading
After a late night we aimed for a slow morning. We woke up at seven and went outside just before eight. The feeling of once again to wear shorts to breakfast is great. Continue reading
Katja goes out to do yoga while I just turn over and sleep a little longer. I get up eventually and make ready a couple of blog posts. Then Katja bursts back through the door.”You wanna know what I have done!”, she exclaimes. Continue reading
After a good night’s sleep we slowly get around in the morning. A little sea breeze yesterday made us sleep like babies. Continue reading
«Not visited Vietnam if not visited Halong Bay!” The words are from our guide for the day, Tom. We’re on a 3,5 hours bus ride from Hanoi to Halong bay. Continue reading
I really don’t knew how to find the right words to describe this mornings adventure. The Ho Chi Minh mausoleum and museum was… Continue reading