We start the morning by running intervals. Last training session here on the island. Shorter but faster speed on each intervals. Our friend Rune Asp said it would be easy to drop out of training mode on such a trip. I think we now have proved ourselves, Rune. We’re looking forward to coming back to your classes at SATS Bislet upon return. Continue reading
“And now, the end is near and so I face the final curtain.” That might be a bit to dramatic, but our time on Phu Quoc island is coming to an end. Continue reading
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
Finally the sun stays in charge of the sky. A day that brings life back to us after all this rain. Continue reading
The sun seems to break through the clouds when we part the curtains this morning. To bad it doesn’t last. Continue reading
“We get up in the morning
from the alarm clocks warning,
take the 8:15 into the city”.
Nah, this is the opening line of “Taking care of business” by Bachman Turner Overdrive. A song everybody should know.
We do get up by the alarm clock though.
We start slow this morning. Well, at least I do. Whiskey at the end of a binge is seldom doing wonders for my next day spirit. Continue reading
Ten years. That’s 3652 days, and I’ve been loving every day of it. Happy anniversary, baby! Continue reading
Katja gets up before me, as usual, but the wind and rain outside chases her back into bed. Continue reading
The fact that I’m not hungover is quickly replaced by the urgency to get the bags in order. After seventy days we’re leaving Thailand. Continue reading