Friday, 30 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 20:05 5 comments:
Labels: for students, people, Ullandhaug, university
Thursday, 29 January 2015
What is worth demonstrating for?
Yesterday thousands of people were on strike and demonstrating to say a big NO to the new regulations that will change employees conditions for the worse!
I hope the politicians will know what to vote for!
SO WHAT IS WORTH DEMONSTRATING FOR??
Do you remember Paris a few weeks back??
But locally there are situations like:
An unsafe road where kids are going to school?
Local hospitals closing down?
An industrial company that the owners are selling, and will be moved out of the country?
I think STRIKING/ DEMONSTRATIONS are a democratic right that is important!!
Have YOU been out striking?
I don`t know the name of todays model, but I was allowed to put it out here. So thanks, Mr.X :)
Posted by Gunn at 11:39 7 comments:
Labels: Events, Market-place, people, streik, strike
Wednesday, 28 January 2015
It is a long time since I have seen so many people at the old market place in Stavanger.
We had a legal strike today all over Norway.
More than 1,5 million people, members of different unions were out in a political strike between 14:00 and 16:00 this afternoon. It is difficult to say how many took part here, but as you can see, it was quite crowded.
The rain was pouring down and it was cold, but I think the politicians representing the Stavanger region received a clear message, and I hope that they will take what they saw and the appeals that were made,- back with them back to Oslo.
The working conditions / rights, are rapidly changing. Fewer permanent jobs, and then of course more people who are not able to get a bank loan without a permanent job.
Today, planes, busses and trains stopped for an hour or two.
Nurses, teachers, scientists as well as engineers were out demonstrating.
What I remember the most was :
"You should not endure the injustice that does not concern yourself".
It is an old saying, but still so true!
Posted by Gunn at 19:04 5 comments:
Tuesday, 27 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 17:55 4 comments:
Labels: houses, Sola area, South of Stavanger, windows
Monday, 26 January 2015
Stavanger Botanical Garden
Posted by Gunn at 18:10 8 comments:
Labels: Botanical garden, Sørmarka, Trees, Ullandhaug
Sunday, 25 January 2015
A walk around town.
Posted by Gunn at 20:38 6 comments:
Labels: benches, Streetlife, Trees
Saturday, 24 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 18:16 11 comments:
Labels: cafes and restaurants, Kvadrat, people
Friday, 23 January 2015
Artistic "Jingle Bells".
Posted by Gunn at 18:06 9 comments:
Labels: art, for students, houses, university, windows
Thursday, 22 January 2015
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.
Posted by Gunn at 16:17 6 comments:
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
After the storm.
Posted by Gunn at 20:32 10 comments:
Labels: Sørmarka, Trees, Ullandhaug
Tuesday, 20 January 2015
J8542 has just landed.
Posted by Gunn at 15:03 7 comments:
Monday, 19 January 2015
When I was walking in town around 10 o´clock this morning, I suddenly saw this colourful house in the middle of grey office buildings and white wooden houses.
It brought back memories from places further south in Europe.
Lucky people who have a terrace and a view like this in the centre of the town!
Posted by Gunn at 20:31 7 comments:
Sunday, 18 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 15:56 12 comments:
Labels: Breiavatnet, houses, windows
Saturday, 17 January 2015
Friday, 16 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 18:23 6 comments:
Labels: - tagging
Thursday, 15 January 2015
I had a look inside the shop on the farm, see the posting from Tuesday.
Lots of interesting things, but when I looked at the prices it was "simple maths" to find out that the food costs were nearly twice as much as what the big shops can offer.
Personally, am I willing to pay 38 Norwegian kroner (4.22 EUR, 3.24 GBP or 4.94 USD) for ONE kilo of Bananas when I can buy the same for 20kr. (19.99) in the supermarket?
I do not think so!
Posted by Gunn at 15:53 10 comments:
Wednesday, 14 January 2015
Cut the crap....
Posted by Gunn at 20:00 8 comments:
Tuesday, 13 January 2015
I have told you that I am so pleased that there are still areas left, farmland, open spaces, and places near to the city where you can go for walks ( jogging , cycling etc.)
If you are interested in organic farming, take a trip to the shop on the other side of this farm.
I am not a regular customer, but they have both companies and individuals who are true to their products.
I promise to pop in and take some photographs, so you can see what it is like.
By the way, what is your opinion about organic products?
Posted by Gunn at 10:03 10 comments:
Labels: farm, flats, Ullandhaug
Monday, 12 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 15:49 10 comments:
Labels: cafes and restaurants, The Culturehouse.
Sunday, 11 January 2015
This is a restaurant.
If you enlarge the photo or look carefully, you can see people sitting there on the other side of the wall.
My blog does not create any income, and I am not paid to say my opinion, but since it is just MY blog, I can say that this is one of the places I would love to go back to. I have only been there once.
Quite a unique facade. Open from 11-23. Closed on Sundays.
The storm is still on, but not as bad as yesterday. I have just kept indoors, as most people have done.
Posted by Gunn at 08:20 6 comments:
Labels: cafes and restaurants, Fish & Cow, food, Restaurant food
Saturday, 10 January 2015
Storm on it´s way?
Posted by Gunn at 09:48 10 comments:
Labels: Market-place, rain
Friday, 9 January 2015
More than words.
At the culture house there is currently an exhibition on that has received a lot of publicity after what happened in Paris.
It is work done by a group of international cartoonists.... who have been given refugee status in cities where they can work and live without being afraid of what will happen to them and their families.
I had a quick look today. I did not see any police or security people....
But I think it is an important message, both the info about the artists, and their actual work.
It should be noted that this exhibition was planned long before the events in Paris.
Posted by Gunn at 16:31 8 comments:
Thursday, 8 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 17:19 9 comments:
Wednesday, 7 January 2015
On the news today!
Posted by Gunn at 21:01 13 comments:
Tuesday, 6 January 2015
So when is it time to get rid of the X-mas tree?
(Most places the trees end up as compost.)
I have to admit that we have christmas lights out in a tree in the front garden.
Looks pretty in the dark!
The snow has gone.
We have plenty of rain and wind.
Not that cold, down here on the south west coast of Norway.
Posted by Gunn at 20:23 7 comments:
Labels: Trees, x-mas., xmas-trees
Monday, 5 January 2015
Look who I met at Sandnes, at the new shopping mall!
Tacky or not? Well I thought it was different, creative and quite stylish.
I like the new shopping centre in our nearby town, situated only 12-15 kilometres south of Stavanger.
It is quieter here than many other places, and the service (and parking) is good!
The SALES are on.
Posted by Gunn at 18:28 6 comments:
Sunday, 4 January 2015
The Gingerbread Houses.
It is over now, - the city full of Gingerbread Houses.
Lots of work had been put in to the display in the big hallway at Stavanger Aftenblad.
On the blog, you can see more images from previous years, by clicking on the labels under the text.
It is cold and slippery outside. I prefer a quiet afternoon inside with my tea and books...
Lazy Sunday is good:)
Posted by Gunn at 16:10 10 comments:
Labels: Gingerbread houses, Stavanger Aftenblad
Saturday, 3 January 2015
A windy weekend.
Posted by Gunn at 16:56 8 comments:
Labels: South of Stavanger
Friday, 2 January 2015
Posted by Gunn at 17:42 7 comments:
Labels: Breiavatnet, citypark, Hotels, Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, windows
Thursday, 1 January 2015
Theme day image.
The first of every month, the City - daily - photo - community have a theme photo, with images from all over the world. Take a look here
My choice is from a part of town with colourful houses.
The yellow house, used to have a wonderful shop selling ballet stuff....
The window decorations were fabulous!
It is sad that small businesses can't make it!
Even "Sjokoladepiken" is in trouble!
Still a fascinating colourful road, mainly for bars and coffee places now.
I hope there will be more LIFE in the narrow streets, in the months to come.
Posted by Gunn at 10:09 19 comments:
Labels: houses, Øvre Holmegate, rain, windows
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