Whilst on our travels I have been learning about customs and cultures in the different countries we have visited so far. I recently discovered the concept of Hygge in Denmark and in Norway I have discovered the Norwegians have taken this concept to a whole new level.
Koselig, is about making things just a little bit more enjoyable. It’s about feeling cosy, it’s about good food, wine, candles and being warm & enjoying time with family and friends. It’s about hot chocolate, fresh coffee, huge amounts of cake and candy. It’s about snuggling up under a blanket and spending time with people that make you happy. It’s about melting marshmallows over a campfire and eating fresh popcorn and freshly baked brownies.
All these things sum up our trip to Auklandshamn in Nina and Hein’s holiday cabin. It’s about 40 minutes north of Haugesund. The boys and I had been before and had fantastic memories of the time we had spent there in 2015.
When we had been before the summer had given us beautiful sunsets over the sea and long days fishing off the deck at the cabin and this trip did not disappoint either. We were so lucky with the weather, the sky was completely cloudless and blue when we arrived and the sun was shining, it was cool and sunny, just perfect for the Easter weekend.
On the ferry, we recreated the picture taken 3 years ago, it’s so special for us to share this time again especially now Jon is with us.
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Auklandshamn, we were welcomed by Nina & Hein’s family and so well taken care of by everyone. Such a wonderfully relaxing and enjoyable place.
Marie, Hein’s sister lives high up on the hillside overlooking the cabin.
A glass of cava and an amazing view, what more could you ask for?
The fishing trip proved unsuccessful, no fish but loads of fun.
The Easter egg hunt proved successful
………….and Jon was feeling very chilled
A spot of fishing
Sunshine and smiles
It really doesn’t get any better than THIS – Tussen Tak you scrumptious bunch, you’ve made us truly understand the concept of koselig ❤️ these memories have found a very special place in our heart.
Interesting fact – A Norwegian Easter tradition is to watch a crime series on the TV and read crime novels – Who knew ?!