Easter is one of my main family holidays (Christmas being the other), and apart from a few I have always spend Easter at my mothers cabin in Lyngen just outside of Tromsø where I grew up.
Lyngen being one of the top selections of free ride skiing in the world (totally subjective of course…) I always find tremendous peace and the opportunity to really recharge my batteries being back there.
My mother has insisted in keeping the cabin without electricity and water, so heating the cabin with the fireplace and getting snow to melt for water to wash the dishes, really means that ones focus is being shifted for a few days.
This year I was so lucky to be accompanied by my friend and her husband, which just made my yearly Easter- getaway even better.
As the cherry on the top we even had AMAZING weather the entire time- what more can one ask for?
I mean, you cannot ask for anything else than this view!
I went to Rome to meet up with my mom and aunt who came for a weekend.
Started the first day with a seightseeing bus, booked tickets for them to go to the Vatican museum today (btw- if looking to book tickets- book from an android phone- 10€ cheaper…) and ended the evening with some aaaaaamazing food and wine at a restaurant recommended by my fantastic boss!
Totally hungover today, but off we go to enjoy Rome 🙂
Lovely weekend in Val di Gardena with my sister-in-law and her friends. They all came from Norway on Saturday afternoon, so I went up there, skied on my own on Saturday and then skied with them on Sunday. OMG the weather was amazing, the pists were great and the company were world- class.
Went on a loooong drive this weekend (3.5 hours up, 5+ hours back), and before I went up there I downloaded a new audiobook to listen to-Outliers.
I LOVE this book, I generally love books though- but this one- ah, explains so much!! And let me just write- I need to start working on one thing – entitlement (in the positive meaning of the word).
Much recommend reading!