Every second Sunday I will post a series of photographs from various places of Norway I've visited in the past year or so. I hope you like them, and, who knows?, maybe some of you will decide to visit this land of mine :)
First stop: Stavanger, in south-western Norway. I usually say I'm from Stavanger when I talk to foreigners, with a faint hope that maybe, maybe, they know where it is. It may not be where I live, but it's where I go to school, so I'm not completely lying, now, am I? Stavanger is Norway's fourth largest and most wealthy city, and is situated between the sea and a fjord. In the summertime, it's BEAUTIFUL! Plus, it hosts Norway's largest food festival each July, right by the fjord. It's definitely worth the trip.
The plan is to write a little more about this city, its restaurants, cafés, etc., but be patient. I tend to misplace pictures (ahem...). In the meantime, do enjoy these pictures of the Old City, or Gamlebyen, in Stavanger.
Update: I'll have to delay the next post a day: the pictures were horrible (too dark!) and I think I want to experiment a bit further on my Austrian dessert before I post it :) I hope you understand. But! I'll be back on Tuesday with something, but what exactly I'll make I don't know yet... Stay tuned!