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And have a lovely day!
I worry that I’m not using my Norwegian enough. What if I one day wake up to find it rusty? I’ll try to make a sentence, try and describe something, but it will come crooked and clumsy. Ops, that’s already happening. So from now I’ll be writing in Norwegian too. It will be especially important now, since I’m quite sure that Milli, the star of this blog this week, doesn’t master English very well. Ah, I’m so fortunate to have her now that summer has finally arrived Norway. Milli forces me to enjoy the weather at least three times a day. Thank you, my furry BFF.
Today, we’ve been exploring Drammen.
Det er vakkert å ha hund i Drammen, spesielt i disse dager (heldige meg som får leke hundeeier i nettopp denne tiden!). Sommeren er endelig her, og jeg har en liten Jack Russell som tvinger meg til å nyte finværet minst tre ganger om dagen. I dag har vi utforsket Drammen by.
Four parks in two days! We’re talking blisters, rain and a lot of fun. I wish I could do it all over again! There were lines, of course, but the rain must have kept the masses down. The only places with unbearably long waiting time were the nice restaurants – eatable food is hard to find in Disney World. Luckily it’s possible to run on Disney Magic fuel for while.
I wish I had taken more pictures, but I was busy acting like a five year old. Unfortunately ‘Transform to a Disney Princess’ was only available for the small kids between 3-12. I couldn’t fool the castle guard.
(PS. I wish to dedicate this post to a cow that makes me glad – Miss FreeRangeCow )
I decided to try to discover new places in Holland again, since my journey on Saturday wasn’t all that nice. I couldn’t see much because of the fog, and there were some problems with the train.
This time, I was cleverer. I saw the sun shining outside the window before I jumped on a train to Den Haag to see Madurodam – a park that’s a miniature version of the Netherlands. Ho-ho. Guess who have seen all there is to see in Holland now? (Or the miniature version of it anyway)
I think I must say that I really like parks like this; it’s like walking around in a world of toys. But at the same time, in the end, everything is small, and it doesn’t really look all that real up close. It was still worth a visit, and the real Den Haag still waited to be explored as I left the park :-)))
More info about Madurodam for those interested HERE.