Follow my blog with Bloglovin This post was first published on my Swedish blog as “Victoria Falls – helikoptertur” My very first helicopter ride – YEY! – experienced in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. From the beginning, I just had the 12 minute ride booked – I thought it expensive enough, 150 usd. But on my … More Victoria Falls – helicopter ride
Yo! Long time no hear! What have you been up to? No, wait… let me… because in my world (to steal someone’s expression) I have something very important to tell you! About me! 😛 After a long, long year without any sane direction I will now embark on a very exciting project – a volunteer … More Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage
One random afternoon we decided to take the plunge – challenge our feet – for some wonderful views – and OMG what a view! Needless to say – I’m not the fittest person in the bunch, so climbing up the small hill turned out to demand quite a lot will power from me, while others … More Tonstad
A couple of weeks ago I went on a mini vacation with my family; we visited my bonus mom’s sister and family in Tonstad, Norway. For me it was extra exciting, since I hadn’t been in Norway since my oldest kid brother was about a year old – so, basically in 30 years! I dreamt … More Tonstad, Sirdal, Norway with my family
This week’s photo is taken when our ship was in Odense, Denmark for some remodelling… ENJOY!
As I mentioned last Sunday, I’ve managed to throw myself into a new exciting project: scanning old photographs. Today I’m sharing a photo taken in 1964 of my grandfather Håkan Larsson. I’ve done quite a bit post editing, as you probably can tell. One of my first attempts at colourising, and I really enjoy it, so … More Photo of the Week – grandfather
Just before Christmas 2015 I borrowed my father’s and bonus mom’s photo albums from way back, because I intended to scan all of the old photos to make new, digital versions. Really fun! At times… some times… 1st photo I’d like to share is really unusual – it’s one of my parents together! My parents have … More Photo of the Week – mom and dad