Growing up, we spent every summer at the summerhouse in Østfold, Norway. I hadn’t been down there for years, so I went to spend a weekend there with my parents.
After London, we were tired of traveling and excited to chill in Oslo for a bit. We stayed at my parents’ place, and we got to spend time with my almost-3-year-old nephew. It was amazing to get to show Jen where I grew up, but it’s a shame the weather was horrible the whole time. Guess that means she’ll just have to come visit again 🙂
It’s been many years since I visited London last, and I was super excited to go back. I hate that I complain about the weather in every post, but I can’t help it. It was FREEZING in London. Definitely not the warm European spring I had told Jen about. We spent a couple of days on the East side, exploring Shoreditch, before we headed in to the centre and did all the tourist things.
We touched down in Amsterdam as our first destination in Europe. Jen had never been there before, so I was excited to show her around. It was freezing cold for most of the time we were there, but the sun came out on day 3, when we were going to the Dockyard Warehouse festival in Zaandam. Amsterdam will always be one of my favourite cities!
The last hurrah at Jen, Jules, and Marissa’s Villa Matahari Luna!
We climbed Mt Agung, the highest volcano in Bali. We started at 1100 meter altitude around midnight, and reach summit at 3100 meters just before sunrise.