I feel like a kid in a candy store right now! Well, sort of. This week has been so. very. slow. But now, the time has come. Crash Bandicoot is back! If you haven't played yet, and just wan't to make up your own first impressions without reading about someone else's, now is probably a… Continue reading It’s finally here!
Now that we're in June, I guess it's safe to say that summer is here! We've been planning our summer lately, and it looks like we're going to be at home a lot. We do however have plans to go a few places here in Norway, so that's something. I'm also hoping that we'll be… Continue reading Summer plans
Because May 17th is the Norwegian Constitution Day, I thought I'd share a little love for my country (more specifically Oslo, a.k.a the capital and my beloved hometown). So here's a list of five possibly-cliché-but-still-totally-worth-it things to do in Oslo: 1. Visit the Vigeland Park The Vigeland Park is a huge outdoor sculpture park where every sculpture… Continue reading 5 things to do in Oslo, Norway
It's been a while since I did a post about games, huh? A while back, I asked for suggestions for F2P games, and Hundstrasse suggested Paladins. Because our gaming PC is usually occupied by my better half, I decided to sign up for the PS4 closed beta. After a while, I got a code, but… Continue reading Paladins open beta (PS4) – First impressions
Today, I went to Fredriksten fortress in Halden (a small town in Norway, right by the border to Sweden). Mostly because it's a great place to get some exercise, with its steep hills and long stairs. But also, there's so much history, and it's a charming and interesting place. Back in the day, the fortress was… Continue reading Fredriksten Fortress – Halden, Norway
I really want to share our 2015 trip to Vegas, as that one was a bit different from our other trips. Backstory: It was 2015, we were in Tacoma for my semester abroad, and we wanted to go to Vegas for spring break. In fall 2014, economy got worse thanks to changes in oil prices… Continue reading Las Vegas, March 2015 – Spring break on a budget
I've noticed that I've become very habitual when it comes to planning my trips. Of course, in this digital age, it all happens online. I like the fact that there are websites for just about anything that can be planned and/or researched. I always use these websites if applicable: TripAdvisor. Seriously. I can't remember the… Continue reading Travel planning habits