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... flight would leave at 6:45 the next morning we crashed in the airport. The next morning we were up by 4 to get our visas checked and head through security. We didn't have long to wait at our gate before we were boarding and Oslo bound! The flight to Oslo was about 3 hours and after which we had to catch a bus to the city center. At this point though we're so used to it we've become pros. On the way to the city center we had the chance to admire the Norwegian countryside. About ...
We're excited and not so excited at the same time. 3 weeks in the african desert, away from our lovely home. But we know this is gonna be an experience of a lifetime!! Packed and ready: Headlight Flashlight Toilet paper Mosquito net Mosquito spray ZAR money Warm clothes for cold nights Sleeping ...
... the flies in resin that I once saw in Guggenheim where here as well. The artwork is a black piece with thousands of fly glued to the canvas with resin. The other part of the museum is more of an installation with very nice, funny things. In the permanent collection they had a lot of works of Damien Hirst amongst which some cows sawn in the middle and both parts exposed so you can walk in-between. I really don't understand that type of art, but ...
... first to the Norsk Folkemuseum. This museum reminded us of our Plymouth Plantation, Williamsburg, etc. Interesting reconstructed old wooden/log houses from different areas of Norway's past. Interesting to walk through.
Second museum we went to was the Viking Ships museum (Vikingskipshuset). Aside from the 3 wooden ships, we did not stop to read all the stuff. The shape of the ships was interesting and beautiful, kind of like in the ...
... buildings from different eras, creating a replica of village scenes throughout the ages. Even the guides are dressed in traditional costumes. The centrepiece Cathy remembers from her visit here in the '80s being the magnificent Gol Stave church from 1200's All timber and beautifully carved woodwork it is truly a masterpiece, carefully relocated from the mountain village of Gol by King Oscar in 1880 to the museum. 155 other buildings plus displays make up the majority of the ...