Weekend at Kjeksesvåg

This weekend I went for a little trip to our summer house at Kjeksevåg on Idse island. To me this is the most wonderful place on earth to go to relax and enjoy summer. I’ve been coming here since I was 3 months old and I hope I’ll be able to come out here and enjoy the place in many years to come. This island is not too far from our house, 25 minutes by boat and 1,5 hours if you drive. This makes it easy to go over and visit for a weekend, this weekend there was a bit of waiting for the ferry when we where going home, but we were not i a hurry so the waiting was filled with a nice ice-cream from the little kiosk at the quai.

View from terrace
View from terrace

The weather was sunny, but there was quite a bit of wind. It was lovely to be outside on the terrace, but down by the sea the wind was blowing so much that our planned bonfire for mid-summer celebrations had to be postponed.  But this did not matter much as I was in there to relax and I got to enjoy the sunshine, it did put me of going for a swim. I went for a few walks in the area around, read a little and enjoy a good football game between Ghana and Germany.


5 thoughts on “Weekend at Kjeksesvåg

  1. It seems like you had a really relaxing time. What a lovely setting. Oh, and as a side note, I am in Costa Rica and the World Cup events are over the top exciting for all of us here right now.

    1. I really did get to relax 🙂 I find the surroundings out there are really lovey. They are not to bad at home either. I find sporting events can be quite the boost for a contry’s national feeling.

      1. It really is. I come from a state where the fans go crazy for football so it is very familiar. But this country pride brings tears to my eyes..

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