|Looking fresh prior to departure.|
|My suitcase broke the day before departure so luckily we could borrow one from our friends. |
Bonus points for being easily recognisible too!
|Posing on Kho San Road where you will be asked to buy a suit every 5 seconds.|
|Buying coffee for the free wi-fi. Britney & Paris, please take note on the classy leg-posing.|
|My maternal instict kicked in.|
|Nightly foot-massages became a routine.|
|These church-ruins are from pre-1200 and they have built glass around it to conserve the church. The original church was ruined by the Swedes in the 1500s which is just unacceptable.|
|My grandma is a fantastic cook. She also has a blue room, just like the Queen. Her house is over 100 years old.|
|We walked to the top of the mountain in my very windy hometown. Mike's sensitive nose cracked because of the wind. It was pretty funny. He has fully recovered now.|
|Although the midnight sun doesn't surface until June it stays pretty high in May too. I adore this picture!|
|Mike did buy a suit in Thailand. I also immensely enjoyed having lured an Australian guy to Bodø, it's just not a common occurence. He suddenly became this exotic person!|
|The Norwegian Opera house is so white you can get sunburnt off it. You can also walk on the roof. Cool!|
|The Norwegian Castle is small because it used to be the Swedish King's holiday house.|
|Linn is a natural blonde. But please don't bring hate on her for that because she is amazing!|
|For those who say Norway is an expensive country, don't believe it. After all this pizza was a bargain at $60. Bargain!|
As I don't have the will-power to cull pictures, I had to make this a two-part series. Stay tuned for number two.
Whilst we wait for the next edition, I would love to know when your last holiday was? Where did you go? Have you ever lured someone exotic to your home country?