Wow, 3 days and 15 hours left in Norway. That’s just crazy! I think I should start packing now… The last days, or actually weeks have been dedicated to cleaning out of my room, buying necessary things and of course meeting up with my dear friends. A lot have happened, but there are some things … More Time flies when….you don’t really have time!
After finally getting my phobia out of my chest, or fingers, Hege and I went on a shopping day. Well, more of a round trip day. We met up in Stavanger, took a train to Klepp, where we had never really been before, at least not at the station. We took the bus to Jærhagen … More Great day.
So here’s the interview with Peder Losnegård, aka LidoLido. There are two versions; the English one is under the Norwegian. Enjoy! Hvordan gikk stagenavnet fra å være Lil’P til LidoLido? Jeg reiste til Nairobi på et prosjekt om å lage en EP med barn i Mathare-slummen. De klarte ikke å si “Lil” så de sa … More Interview with LidoLido
Jærdagene, so far, have been a mix of what I expected and a little bit of the unexpected. After reading the history, I thought that the stands would only consist local merchandise, but it turned out quite international. There were possibilities to buy food, things and candy from several European countries. There were of course … More Jærdagene
Guest post-or something- I don´t know what it´s called Yesterday Edel, Hege, Sondre and I (Markus) decided to go to Bryne to hang out at a thing called “the Jaeren days”, which is basically a big market through the main street with a few people in the middle between all the… I don`t know what … More Guest post by Markus Bredal
Kaizers Orchestra playing at Jærnåttå There is a long story behind how Jærdagene first started. This info is taken from their website and translated from nynorsk to English. Nynorsk is not a preferred type of Norwegian, neither by me nor Google Translate, so there may be a couple of misunderstandings as there were no dictionaries available… … More The history of Jærdagene
Nothing says summer better than Hege, our ukelele called Blomen and Bryne. Therefore we went there to have a picnic. We were faced a huge surprise when we found a waterfall. A private waterfall. How can people not love Bryne when there are so many beautiful places there? 90 % of the pictures are taken … More Summertime in Bryne