It was -10 according to my laptop outside today. I’m saying this just to emphasize how much I am doing for you, dear readers πŸ˜‰

This is a gas station. Note the absence of any human beings whatsoever. There are many fully-automatic gas stations around here, mostly because you don’t need humans to process card payment.

Everything taken within a five minutes’ walk from my dorm.

Pics, pics, pics…

So today I actually managed to take a walk to the city centre, which is not that far away. The main problem is the weather, two kilometres at -5 can get very annoying very soon. And I managed to make some pics:

Tomorrow will be more pics, I hope to capture the fjord.

Trip stories

Arriving in Oslo in the morning is very cool. The city looks like a toy because from the plane, everything appears so small, and with snow, it is hard to keep in mind that you are actually at several kilometers above ground.

Anyway, checking in at my place was very smooth, although running with 30 kg of luggage is somewhat energy-consuming.

In the evening there was a party for foreign students. Nearly a half of them was German, which is a bit surprising but somewhat nice πŸ™‚

Now I’ll get a hot cup of tea and get to sleep, as I have big plans for tomorrow. I promise to take some pictures πŸ˜‰

At the gate

Flying is mostly convenient. The problem with “mostly” is that you sometimes have to wake up at 3:20 to catch a plane at 7, which can be slightly annoying.

So long, Germany, and thanks for all the fish!

In less than 12 hours, I will be in Norway. Sounds weird.

As for now, my priorities are: get some sleep (two-three hours or so), not fall asleep in the train to DUS and manage to stuff everything in my luggage.

Oh, and expect a post about CdE soon. (EDIT: was not that soon, actually.)