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Hey everyone,

here’s a picture of a rock in on the wild, beautiful island of Golta in Norway. And on the rock is me eating nachos and drinking beer … IN MID DAY!!!
OMG.

Emanuel on vacation

And I think you already know what that means…

I’m on vacation for a couple of weeks :).

I’m in Norway, in the city of Bergen and it’s really beautiful. One of the best cities in Europe in my opinion.
The nature is beautiful, the sea is beautiful, you can start your hike like 10 minutes from the city center, or you can explore the countless islands by boat. Just amazing.

Now, I will still check my emails and reply to comments, so no need to stop. If you have login trouble or a question about German, just ask ahead. I’ll just not check as frequently, so please indulge me if it takes me a couple of days to get back to you.
I’ll also do a little work behind the scenes on the website but yeah, mainly I’ll vacation.
If you want to see some impressions, you can check out my photography Instagram here:

Emanuel’s Instagram

I wish you a great start of August and I’ll see you soon.

Bis bald :)

 

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coco1289
coco1289
11 months ago

Hallo Emanuel! Viel Spaß in Norwegen. Hab eine Frage: gibt es ein Artikel über Indirekte Rede? Es ist ein Thema, das ich sehr schwierig finde und ich wäre sehr dankbar, wenn es ein Artikel darüber gäbe. Danke! (Tusen Takk!)

coleussanctus
coleussanctus
11 months ago

Sieht echt toll aus. Ich war letzte Woche auch im Urlaub, bzw. hatte frei und habe um die 4.500 km mit dem Auto zurückgelegt. Bin nämlich nach der Ostküste der USA gezogen und freue mich schon riesig, hier zu wohnen.

Viel Spaß noch im Urlaub! Deine Fotos sind wirklich beeindruckend.

Elysee
Elysee
11 months ago

Hallo Emanuel und hallo zusammen. Guten Tag! I wanted to pass by and thank everybody who sponsors some of us that don’t have the possibility to subscribe but still want to learn very much. I think it’s truly an amazing gesture and I’m very thankful. Know that you do help us very much and it’s not in vain. I will get the most out of this opportunity.

John
John
11 months ago

thanks to all people who paid some extra and helped me to get the subscription, I just want you to know that you’re a really helping others in there studies.

Anonymous
Anonymous
11 months ago

wow cool!, that’s great…..have fun!

Dom
Dom
11 months ago

So glad to hear you’re taking a vacation. Bergen took my breath away. Have fun!

Rebecca
Rebecca
11 months ago

I’ve just arrived in Bergen for my year exchange at the University! Strange coincidence. I’ve been stick in quarantine for the past few days but I can’t wait to get out and explore

William Mclernon
William Mclernon
11 months ago

Machs gut und viel spass

Elisha
Elisha
11 months ago

Viel Spaß

Lou
Lou
11 months ago

Viel Spaß!

Ozhan
Ozhan
1 year ago

Start your Yourdailynorwegian blog :)

John
John
1 year ago

Hier ist ein Urlaub Witz für dich. Ich habe einen einmal im leben Urlaub gemacht. Und ich werde das nie wieder tun.

Vee
Vee
1 year ago

“Now, I will still do check my emails and reply to comments, so no need to stop.” ….too many verbs! …..better: “Now I will still check my emails…..”

Victoria
Victoria
1 year ago
Reply to  Vee

Enjoy your well deserved Urlaub, kiddo!

Cynthia C Busbee
Cynthia C Busbee
1 year ago

Have a great vacation ! Instagram photos are amazing !

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Auf wiedersehen! Wunche I dort war – Ralph

Flavia
Flavia
1 year ago

Würde das nicht als gesunde Ernährung bezeichnen…abgesehen davon, wünsche dir einen erholenden Urlaub. Du hast es verdient!

Elsa
Elsa
1 year ago

Hallo,

Hope you have a wonderful holiday!
I’ve been to Bergen and I agree with you, it’s a fantastic city and there’s plenty to see and do. I took the train from Bergen to Oslo and found the trip awesome, as you get to see all kinds of landscapes, it’s a very slow train journey, mostly designed for tourists (about 6 hours). If you like salmon, try the dry smoked variety at the fish market – it’s the best salmon I’ve ever eaten!
By the way, lemme know if there are any restrictions in Norway – I want to go on holiday in late September or maybe October and am looking for restriction-free destinations :)

Shönen Urlaub und viel Spaß!

Elsa
Elsa
1 year ago
Reply to  Emanuel

Thank you so much for taking all the time it took you to write such a long and detailed answer :)
Considering all you said, my best bet is probably to travel to and stay in Sweden and then see if I can take a trip across the border to Norway if thinks are chill by then…
I did get vaccinated so I don’t have to put up with all the hassle you guys went through, but I still don’t want to holiday in a place where I can’t be free and do as I please…
Thanks again and do have a nice holiday!!!

RuthE
RuthE
1 year ago

Nachos in Norway!?! Why not! Schönen Urlaub!

schwanzschwanz
schwanzschwanz
1 year ago
Reply to  Emanuel

Ha, my first question was going to be whether the salsa has added sugar like every salsa I’ve found in Germany. (Why Germany, why are you like this)

Schönen Urlaub, auf jeden Fall!

Brigitte
Brigitte
1 year ago
Reply to  schwanzschwanz

That sounds gross. My 1/2 Mexican husband would be even more horrified

Seele aus Stahl
Seele aus Stahl
1 year ago
Reply to  Emanuel

I just have say, I didn’t realize Germany had the same sugar and vinegar situation as we do here in the US. It’s not necessarily horrible, but it is a bit like chunky ketchup, so I have to be in the mood for ketchup basically. But personally, I’m happiest when there’s cilantro (I don’t know why more salsa doesn’t have cilantro in it). Anyway, I’ve never commented before, but while I’m at it, you might as well know how much I appreciate your work on your blog. It’s really nice to have somewhere to go to find detailed articles on how certain words are used, with a more personal and in-depth explanation than I’ll find in my German-English dictionary. But I especially enjoy reading the emails to help me practice my German. It’s easier than a lot of German things I try (and fail) to read. So it helps boost my confidence as I can usually figure out what you’re saying even when I don’t know a lot of the words. So I’m glad that I found your blog at some point (I don’t even remember how) and subscribed! Enjoy your vacation!

Seele aus Stahl
Seele aus Stahl
11 months ago
Reply to  Emanuel

Oh no! You’re probably right about the cilantro. We used to grow it and have it whenever we wanted (yum). My nephew explained to me recently how he used to love eating it at our place but that it tastes like soap and he doesn’t like it now. He said some people’s taste buds find it soapy (and he proceeded to get a little science-y as he expounded), and he can’t figure out why he thought he liked it as a kid. I can’t figure out if his taste buds changed or what happened. What an awful curse!

Thanks! I actually have a lot of German in me, and my dad said our last name is Danish-German, or German-Danish (whatever that means). “Haptonstahl.” Don’t know about the first part, but I’ve grown attached to the German word Stahl. :)

I didn’t see your response till now by the way, probably because I neglected to enter my email address before.