Finally in Copenhagen and what I’ve been looking forward to this. So tonight have we checked in at Hotel Saga where we are staying this weekend.
After we had checked in we took a stroll down to the meet district that nowadays is a real cool district filled with cool restaurants. This the old meat district in Copenhagen. I was so impressed and I could go here many more times in order to try more restaurants.
However, we ended up at a place called BOB – BioMio Organic Bistro. Which looks like and old auto repair shop or an old hardware store from the outside. Interior and food as also amazing.
After the restaurant we called it a night in order to be well rested until the rest of the weekend.
I’ve promised a review of 2017 but there is one thing I haven’t written about earlier and that’s the biggest event in my life so far and by far the biggest event of 2017.
What is it?!
I got married to G. It’s almost a year ago now or at least it will be in the end Of May. So from now on me and G are Mr. and Mrs. feels so amazing and the wedding where by far the best day of my life. Nothing else does even comes close to it to be honest. Me and G planned the wedding for over a year and everything just exceeded the expectations by I was so nervous when I woke up that morning but it all turned out great.
Promise a longer blogpost about the wedding later on this year. Maybe around me and Gs 1 year anniversary in May. But I just had to share this photo. I’m married!
There is thing happening in 2018 as well but not as big as this. However a lot of things is going on right now and I hope to share more about it along the way.
The last couple of days I’ve found a Norwegian Tv serie with the title “A place where nobody though someone could live”. It’s a tv serie produced by the public broadcasting company NRK and they’ve done 16 seasons. And I just found it.
They follow a person or a family in a beautiful place in Norway where almost no one else lives. The first episode I watched where about an old man that where the only one that live in his village. And it had been so for many years.
Great scenery and fascinating stories. And my wife recommends the show for me and said that we should live like that sometime in life. And I can see the fascination. To live in a little village or so that have stunning views and nature. I think I could live like that for if not all year a large part of it. I think that’s why I appreciate our cottage. It’s not fully like the show but I can find similarities to what I like and my thoughts.
It’s also really funny to listen to dialects especially after been living in Norway. So even if I’m a Swede and talk Swedish I understand the most Norwegian words and part of the language and dialects. It’s pretty similar languages.
Do you think you could live in a place just your family? And in what kind of environment?
By the way I highly recommend you to see it if you can find it.