Thursday, 21 July 2011

GLADMAT 2011


These 3 young women, Heidi, Anne Gunn and Hege, from Bryne, (south of Stavanger) have made it to a tradition to come to Stavanger when "Gladmat" is on in July.
They had enjoyed some nice food and wine! And they thought they got value for their money!
"Skål", as we say in Norwegian for cheers!

How do you say "Cheers" in your language?

11 comments:

Steffe said...

Skål!

Jack said...

Cheers!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Me too, cheers..!!

Lorelei Armstrong said...

Aloha!

biebkriebels said...

In dutch we say "proost"

helsinkippusa said...

Kippis in Finnish, unfortunately it is not the time for skål in Norway right now :(

JM said...

Gunn, I am so very sorry about what happened in Oslo today. How awful! What a world we are living in.
In portuguese we say 'tchim-tchim' or 'saúde', so here's to you and all the norwegian people on this very sad day.

Kiki said...

乾杯!

My thoughts are with people of Norway :(

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Gunn, my prayers are with your country. What has this world become...

Bises,
Genie

CaT said...

what happened today in your country is sooo sad...
it makes me so sad that people always have to be like this. i still do not get why everyone cant just be friends, like in kindergarten.. or is that too naive?

Gunn said...

Your comments and sympathies regarding todays sad events in Oslo today are very much appreciated.
Thanks!