First of all, I would like to greet Charles a very happy beerday!!!!!…. May you have all your heart’s desire 😉
One of the most visited museums in Oslo is the Viking Ship Museum. I probably have been in this museum 5 times or more but I never get tired of it. The museum has 3 big ships on display. The Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune and very good collection of Viking handcraft.
Last Thursday (16 February 2006), a friend from Berlin, Germany, came to visit. She was one of my colleagues when I was working at the airport in Manila. I am really glad that we were able to connect even when we have not seen each other for 5 years. I do not have a lot of filipino friends in Norway and it is unfortunate. I am quite lucky that I get the pleasure of friends visiting us in Norway. Like everyone else who have visited us (Lei, Philip, Shiey, Alben, Cris, Benneth, my family, Jenneth…), Mylene was like a breath of fresh air to me. Her visit made me pause and breathe. The Viking Ship Museum was one of the places I showed her.
Viking’s Fascinating Handcraft
Entrance Fee: 50 Kroner for adults (6.50 euro)
A must see when visiting Oslo.
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One of the best things we have in the country side is having visitors from the forest. A year ago, I have posted on Elg ( Moose) at the back of our house – Skogens Konge. This winter, we got another visitor at the front yard – beautiful and graceful deers.
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