There are so many reasons why I love Norway and hopefully this photo essay will shed some light on the funnier side of this nordic country. These awesome Norwegian art oddities were spotted throughout my recent trip along the Western Coast.A Church Train - this bizarre structure is just outside the train station in Åndalsnes, where many tourists hop on and off the Rauma Railway. Although the t[...]
 
 
There are countless ways to travel through Norway and after partaking in almost every mode myself, here are a few recommendations of how to get around in style. The Rauma Railway - where modernity and mountains meet These two-wagon trains have a modern design and comfortable seating, which is always a plus. While locals do use this train for their daily commute, the main purpose caters to touris[...]
 
 
I'm a city girl at heart so when I arrived in bohemian Bergen for my last two days in Norway I set off to explore this avant-garde city rich in both historical significance and cultural flair.In a nutshell, Bergen is most well-known for Bryggen, the old wharf consisting of a series of Hanseatic wooden buildings. Today, Bryggen is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its importance during th[...]
 
 
There's no place like home.Dorothy's famous words in the Wizard of Oz have a bit to do with the title of this post. While Norway is not technically my home, it sure feels like it. It's hard to believe that just a few months ago I was braving the beautiful snowy weather of Lillehammer, Norefjell and Oslo. As scenic as Norway was this past February, nothing could prepare me for my journey along [...]