We only had a few hours here to change planes but Mark had us paying £30 each to catch the bus into the centre. We got chatting to a Lithuanian lad who showed us how to get to the newly built stunning Opera House, and tried to teach me a few words of Lithuanian.

2014-05-19 12.19.02The Opera House was like a huge wedge disappearing into the sea and extending up to become a kind of roof you could walk on. We didn’t have time to do that or even to enter the place as we had to run back to catch the bus back to catch our flight. Still, it was better than just killing time in the airport.


Our four hour trip to Oslo cost us 1,210 Norwegian Krone. (Prices accurate as at May 2014).

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