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PhotoFriday: The Desert

Friday, January 1st, 2010

I’m drawn to the desert. So much that I sometimes wonder whether I was meant to live in it. In one way, the desert is the complete opposite of the snow and ice of home – the temperature and the relationship with the sun. In another way, the landscapes are the same: forceful, sometimes brutal, and magically beautiful.

So my first photo of 2010 is not wintry Norway, but the deserts of the United Arab Emirates. I saw plenty of desert sands last year – with and without the kids. More is to come in 2010; both Lebanon and Libya are on the agenda.

Where are you going this year?
Happy 2010 everyone – and happy travels!

PS This post is part of Delicious Baby’s weekly PhotoFriday blog. Check it out.

PhotoFriday – Home for Christmas

Friday, December 25th, 2009

Opening the door in February, this is what met the eye. Same today. The kids are out making a snow sphinx; a typical first day of Christmas!

Weekly photo – Wintry Drammen

Saturday, December 12th, 2009
Bragernes Church This is how Drammen looked in February - and should look in December. Not quite there yet.

Vienna Christmas Markets

Thursday, November 26th, 2009
Last Friday, I wrote a guest post for the wonderful Europe a la Carte blog about Vienna's Christmas markets. In the article I listed a few of the markets. ... [Continue reading this entry]

Oslo on a budget!

Sunday, October 11th, 2009
Oslo may be the world's most expensive city, but it is possible to enjoy this beautiful Scandinavian capital on a budget - even free. Have a look at NileGuide's Family-friendly Oslo - on a budget. [Continue reading this entry]

My Oslo City Guide in British Airways’ Business Life

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009
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Arabian desert safari

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

European plans

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
With small children, it’s good to have travel plans for the neighbourhood, in my case Europe. Returning from our stay in New Zealand in 2003, I set a target to visit all the countries in Europe. Nearly there; only lacking Armenia, Azerbaijan and ... [Continue reading this entry]