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mai 15, 2008

Kversteinsparken i Hyllestad

This park is called "The millstone park". It is 10minutes from my house.

You can experience a stonecutter's life a thousand years ago. Clad in Viking clothes, in evocative surroundings, you can cut stone, be a smith, mill your corn by hand, bake Viking bread on a bonfire, make your own Viking soup and enjoy a shared meal around a crackling bonfire. The visit to stonecutters' camp includes a guided tour of the historical quarry in Kvernsteinsparken (the millstone park) and a tour of the Ã…fjordstein works, where you can see how the millstone can be used in a new, modern design.The camp is organised for exciting, natural games for children and adults.The visit to the stonecutters' camp is an experience out of the ordinary, allowing you to participate personally in history a thousand years back in time. Many groups, and tourists pay for a day like this.. it is absolutely worth it. you can also walk around by yourself like we did that day, cause it is open all the time.. even if it's not anything happening there it is a beautiful park.
(on the picture beneath is my mum, she is a teacher in the children-school, and they have projects and have been there alot in the park, guiding for tourists and other schools, making viking soup, and bread and all that..)

( For a guided tour; Price Adults NOK 300. Children 5-13 years old NOK 200.

Children under 5 free)

mai 08, 2008

mai 05, 2008

Do you sleep at night?

I've never slept a lot. Sometimes i sleep 3-4 hours, but most of the time i sleep 2 hours during the night. Sometimes i dont sleep at all. Sometimes it feels like there is someone else in my room, not like a ghost or a monster.. just someone else,like a person. I stumbled over this photo, i just had to post it. i think it was kind of cool, and kinda freaky. Sleep well ;)

mai 04, 2008

Take a chance on "P.S. I Love You".

there has been so much discussion on this film that i wasn't sure what type of movie i would be seeing - a drama, romance or comedy. the movie has all three - the film takes you on an emotional journey, one that everyone can relate to, losing someone you love and learning to cope with the loss is universal. this is definitely a chick flick that will not only make you cry, but make you laugh, plus the women will fall in love with Gerard Butler. Gerard was excellent in his part and Hilary did a fine job as well. at first i didn't think Hilary could pull off the romantic comedy role, but in the end you get use to her doing it. Hilary actually makes you feel her pain and how devastated she was when her husband died. i guarantee you that you will tear up during several scenes!! you will not be disappointed with the film. it is not an academy award winning film, but it is a tearjerker and definitely makes you go home and hug your significant other and be happy to have them in your life.
"P.S. I Love You" is one of the best romantic comedies in a long while, that has a great love story. Richard LaGravenese tells a wistful and touching tale with amazing performances and chemistry by Hilary Swank and Gerald Butler.

mai 03, 2008


i saw '27 dresses' yesterday and i just finished 'Juno'. Did you see them yet?

- 27 dresses was fun and specially the scene when she tries on all the dresses and a guy take pictures of her.. not a brilliant film, but i wanted some entertaining, and it was!! and what about Katherine Heigl,she is so pretty,and she did a fantastic job playing the woman that I'm sure everyone has felt like at one time!(at least a pinch of it, she was kinda obsessed.) normally, in a romantic comedy it does not require much acting, but Katherine Heigl manages to put in good acting to portray her jealousy towards her sister. the performance is playful and silly when needed, and sweetly honest in the more serious moments. Light popcorn fun.. like fast food, it probably won't stick with you for long, but it's good for some entertaining silliness!


Juno on the other side, was more special. i really liked it. Juno chronicles the story of the sixteen-year-old girl (played by Ellen Page), and the fallout of her accidental pregnancy. after deciding to not have an abortion, Juno decides that she will give the baby up for adoption to would-be parents Vanessa and Mark Loring (Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman) after finding an ad in the local classified section of the newspaper. it may not sound like a deep film, but right from moment one, the film draws you into Juno's bizarre world of teenage angst and wonderment. it progresses through the stages of her pregnancy (and the seasons that pass), and through the various problems and issues that arise as a result of the pregnancy. i am not going to divulge more, but you should go and see it. it is heartwarming and bittersweet at the same time. i must add, the acting by Ellen Page was outstanding. i can't remember a film that i was so drawn in by the main character + the soundtrack is amusing.
Enjoy ;)