The second part of our travel brought us to Norway. We never meant to go to Norway, but when we found ourselves close to the border we just decided to go. Norway was an amazingly beautiful country, full of mountains, nicely coloured houses, strange skies, mist and fog. I liked it a lot.
People in Noway were extremely pleasant, very helpful and they all spoke perfect English. Also important: people in Norway were EXTREMELY goodlooking! Our campingsite host kind of looked like a cross between that Russian dude in Sex and the City and a lumberjack or very cool troll. It was the coolest man we ever saw.
Strangely, Norway reminded me of Japan in some ways. A sparse but balanced architecture, the use of colours. A careful picking out of nature in some parks. But it might have just been influenced by my reading Memoirs of a Geisha (I loved it!)
Foodwise, everything was super-expensive and most things didn't really taste too good.
Driving into Oslo is really wild: you make a very steep descent and all of a sudden this enormous city comes into sight! We are not used to mountains at all and were very impressed.