Continuation of my Norway travelogue.
We passed by a small historical town called Lom during the Norway trip.
Basically just for toilet break and tea break, but most importantly is to witness the unique stave church here.
Photo taken from inside the coach, very beautiful isn't it? I still have loads of scenic photos to share, if you're still interested, do stay tuned
This is what I was talking about, traditional stave church that uses free standing inner columns to support a raised section in the ceiling of the main nave
The view surrounded the church is super nice too!
If I remember correctly, temperature this day was around 8'C. My legs weren't covered but it was quite tolerable, as the sun is hot
Actually the grass field in front of the church is already an attraction to me, hehe~
My current FB profile picture. Can't find grasses like this in Malaysia, where they are short and clean, with no cow shits on them :p
We only walked on the outside of the church
Hubby and friends doing their jumps
Norway is really a beautiful country, if not because of its high living costs, I'll really consider to migrate here when I get older! xD
I reckon my mood will turn good whenever I see these greenery photos ;)
There's a lake nearby too
While on the way to a nearby cafe, I spotted some beautiful flowers on a bridge.......
..... and when look down from the bridge, this is what I saw. Clean river water!
Tauke besar treated us some coffees and hot chocolate
And ice cream too! Having ice cream on a cold day is actually quite nice~
After the tea break, it's time to say good bye to Lom, and continue to the next destination which I'll blog later on
These were the 3 buses we used in Norway. Guess I was in which bus? (No prize for guessing it right though :p)
Til then, have a happy weekend!