This weekend I was busy getting older. I know, I know we all get older all the time, but this was the weekend where I got a new number to prove it. It started off with me and a friend, who has his birthday just two days after mine, inviting a bunch of friends to… Continue reading Birthday weekend
Saturday we had a lovely dinner at one of Gordon Ramsey’s restaurants Heddon Street Kitchen. Already when we were outside we got hit by a nice atmosphere both by the restaurant and the cozy little street it was situated on. The interior of the place did not disappoint either. Sadly my temporary phone camera is… Continue reading Heddon Street Kitchen
Even if there was a very cold wind the London sun greeted us with a smile. The morning of the second day, after a bit of shopping we decided to go to spend some time in Hyde Park. As London is a bit further south than Stavanger, where I live spring was a bit further… Continue reading London Baby Part 2
I’m back from my trip to London, tired but very pleased with the trip. We left on Thursday evening and arrived in London and to the hotel at around 10.30-11.00 at night. This is late enough for me, but if you take in to consideration that this is local time and that England is one… Continue reading London Baby!
I’m only just home from my trip to Ireland but it’s time for me to go away again. This time I’m going on a trip with work to London. We’ll be leaving Thursday afternoon and I’m quite excited. I have been in London on a couple of occasions before and I really like the spring… Continue reading London Calling!
We had a gorgeous sunny day and decided to use some of it to see some sites nearby. First stop was Castle Hacket, the castle in the photo above. Wikipedia writes about the castle that: “Castle Hacket is a 13th-century tower house located at the base of Knockma hill six miles southeast of Tuam, County… Continue reading Easter in Ireland Part 4: Castle Hacket and Lough Corrib
I decided to have a day all to myself in Galway, to do a bit of shopping, looking around and enjoying life in general. Even if the weather was overcast it was a warm day and very good shopping weather. I clearly was not the only one who had come up with this idea, because the streets… Continue reading Easter in Ireland Part 3: Galway