Imagine this. The feeling of being on top of the world after walking almost 4km through rugged terrain to finally reach a flat piece of rock that overlooks epic views of forests, waterfalls and lakes.
This is Preikestolen, otherwise known as Pulpit Rock. Preikestolen is a large, flat rock that forms part of a massive cliff and can only be reached by foot. Continue reading “Feeling on top of the world after hiking up to Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) in Norway”
Hi there! Yes, the title of this post is correct but let me explain why. I turned up on Monday morning (a few weeks ago) and when everyone shared their weekend events, I told them that I had been in Oslo and we had a barbecue. Before I could explain myself, they started to laugh about the “jet-setting Aussie” type who flies all the way to another country just to attend a party, or in my case, a barbecue. By the way, I did that for NYE 2012 so I’m not a stranger to such actions (click here for the post). Continue reading “I flew from London to Oslo for a barbecue!”