Sunday, 12 November 2017

EsTrails: #ESCAfterMath | Day 2 & 3 in Oslo

Royal Palace, Oslo
Hello beautiful beings (I think I should change it up for now 😁)
I hope you all have been well. I finally have this post up that I have been trying to type up. I am challenging myself to have our London trip back in August posted before I leave for London this coming weekend!
After our congress in Hallingdal, we headed back to Oslo and we had friend who were kind enough to show us around.

Kebab pose
We headed to Bislett Kebab House for our take away dinner and man we ordered a lot for the group. Oslo is quite expensive but this kebab place do a reasonable price since you get A LOT!


We were brought to a number of places like the Oslo National Academy of Arts (go here if you are looking for a Instagrammable spot). We took the opportunity to strike a pose along those stairs - well some did and others just took the photo 😄

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We didn't want to go back to our hostel yet so we walked to the Oslo Opera House at around 10 PM. Man the view from there was just stunning. The opera house was gorgeous too!


The next day we headed to the Royal Palace and my friends and I wanted to dab right out front because why not? Their prince did too so 😂😂 (you can see a clip of it on my vlog below). And then headed to the City Hall. Man, their city hall is bomb with a lot of artwork throughout the ceiling. It was so impressive.

Vigeland Sculpture Park
My best friend and I wanted to go to Munch Museum so we decided to split from the group. We were there a minute after they closed which was so heartbreaking. We then decided to make our way to Vigeland Sculpture Park but we took a wrong turn, managed to walk through a village and found ourselves lost but I cherish that time that I got to spend with my best friend before she moved to another country.

When we found ourselves back to the train stop, the park was on the other side T__T and manage to catch up with our friends.


We took a ferry to go island hopping in the Oslo Fjord. It was cold but the cold did not bother us anyway (sorry I had to 😂). The islands and the views were just out of this world and island hopping during sunset made it a lot more magical.



I hope you guys enjoyed this post. I will see you in the next one.
Peace and Love,

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