Yesterday my girlfriend and I got back from a weekend spent on a cruise to Oslo. It’s a mystery to us but everywhere we go, whether it’s Kraków or Öland, the weather seems to be exactly the same. Allvaret in Öland and parts of Nowa Huta outside of Kraków is probably beautiful and/or nice to see but we have to take somebody elses word for that. The reason? A fog so thick you can cut it with a knife seems to follow us over Europe, almost as an homage to our hardships and efforts;) This weekend was no different in this regard so the “lovely trip up the fjord to the Norwegian capital” was reduced to some barely visible shapes and contours through the white thickness. You could indeed say we mist it all;)
In spite of the bad weather the weekend was very nice and I’ll come back to that over the days to come but I thought it would be better to start from the very beginning. Down below is a picture of two ships in the harbour of Copenhagen that we passed as we left Denmark.