onsdag, mai 09, 2007

Going North

I'm at the moment applying for work (teaching and other stuff) in Trondheim, and in Finnmark, the northernmost county in Norway. One of the places I might end up is Nordkapp.

Honningsvåg

You can also see what's happening here LIVE. Oh look, there's a car! Endless excitement.

7 kommentarer:

Syd sa...

Looks beautiful. But...chilly. LOL

bani sa...

PMSL. In the Polish town where mr Bani's grandparents live they have cameras placed in several locations, and the filming is broadcasted on a local tv channel, 24/7. So instead of looking out the window, you can turn on the telly. :P That's true small-town mentality, moving forward, into the future.

roro sa...

Oh look, there's a car! Endless excitement. Oh my god, that made me laugh so hard.

I agree with Syd - beautiful but chilly. Love the webcam - we'll be able to keep track of your every move!

HB sa...

Syd: I suspect it IS chilly. I think the photo of Honningsvåg is taken during the height of summer...

Bani: That's just priceless! You got to love small town mentality - now and then... :-)

Roro: I know! At certain times of the day I can go down and wave to the web cam :-)

kimananda sa...

Finnmark? That sounds just so, isolated somehow. But beautiful. What's your preference, Trondheim or out in the wild North? Or should that be even wilder North?

HB sa...

I guess Trondheim is my preference, but I'm definately ready to go to the "wild North". I really like the people in this part of Norway, and their attitude/view of life. In my experience it's often relaxed and they have a great sense of humour. That probably helps during the long, dark winter, I guess:-) And the nature is stunningly beautiful, that's another reason I want to go.

Vesper sa...

good luck with finding a new job!