|This is the top view, photo source|
Just looking at the Trondheimsfjord view is already comforting, you can see different ferry boats sailing in the area. You can also do bird watching, it is nice to see different birds flying around. No need to go to the zoo because you can see birds and animals for free.
My mom is lucky that this is just a few minutes walk away from her home. I can see part of this view from our room. The place is FREE too. On our third day, even the temperature is below zero degrees, we still went out to walk, as you can see roads are slippery because some parts have ice. My son enjoyed stepping on the icy spots, just to crack the ice.
Watch the video here.
Even the weather is not nice, my mom still walks here and that’s what we did on Day 13. It is cold, windy and rainy but she convinced us to walk outside. Living in a four seasons country, you have to force yourself to walk even the weather is cold or else, manghihina ka sa bahay.
Day 31, 32 and 33
My mom stayed in the hospital for five days and on our Day 31 in Norway, she went home from the hospital. The doctor advised her to walk so off we to Bruholmen for our afternoon walk. So for three consecutive days, we were walking around the Bruholmen. The place is big, so paiba-iba din kami ng nilalakaran.
At first, my mom was using staff so she can balance herself until she managed to walk without the staff. You can notice that some of the trees have leaves already. #springseason
I will miss Bruholmen when I go back to the Philippines because I can see part of this place from our room window. The mountain, sea and flying seagulls. Watch the video here.