Weekly Photo Challenge: Today was a Good Day

It was a perfect morning with sunshine and moderate temperature, 16 C. I decided to use my training time during office hours (trenning i arbeidstiden) to go for a hike on Mount Fløyen and to explore the surrounding area. I do not know if there is such provision in any other country but in Norway employees can get 2 hours per week for physical training during office hours. It is a very popular activity. As far as I see Norwegians are very health concious people when I compared with people in my home land. I have noticed that irrespective of educational and financial background people do go out and enjoy outdoor activites. Iam displaying 6 pictures taken this morning.

Just to make a note, the day was sunny in the morning now it is typical Bergen weather, cloudy and it might rain though not very much at least thats what the weather forecast says.


9 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Today was a Good Day

  1. I read somewhere that Bergen is the wettest city in Europe, it certainly poured the only time I visited back in April 1990. You were lucky to catch some sunlight. The Norwegian allowance for 2 hours per week for physical training is a great idea other countries could copy.

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    1. Hi thanks for visiting my blog and reading my post :). It is much appreciated. Yes we do have lots n lots of rain but recently we were lucky to have some real summer days. It changes human behaviour.
      I do agree about these training times. They really help.


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    1. 🙂 thank you, exercise is good for body and brain and at the end good for one’s performance at work. Thank you for visiting my blog. You have a wonderful blog and I like reading your post. Hope we meet again.

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