The soap bubbles never stops. They’re so beautiful though, such lovely colors.
After playing around with soap bubbles we drove to this little town in Luxembourg, on our hunt for a castle. I really loved this little charming town. So cute. Very similar to some of the places I’ve been in France.
And there, on top of the hill, over the city, my castle was. I was happy, no doubt!
We looked around a bit more. Why doesn’t Norway look more cute like this? Would love living in a small little town like this the rest of my life! Err, or at least for a year or two. Maybe.
Here we have more pictures of the cute castle and me posing in front of it of course. That’s important. I think Jonny did a rather good on the photography job during the trip. Talented. I think he preferred being behind the camera, not in the front of it.
The road home was like chasing the last rays of the sun. I think I would dare to say that the sunset I saw this day, is one of the most beautiful sunsets I have seen in my whole life! It was a perfect ending to my last day in Luxembourg.
As the sun slowly went behind the hill, we rushed in to the car to drive to another location where you could still see the beautiful sunset.
Sorry for spamming you with so many similar pictures, but it was too hard to pick just some few of them.
I cannot express how grateful I am for Jonny and his family taking so good care of me. Jonny literarily took me wherever I wanted to go, and his mother cooked some really delicious food for me. Such a sweet and openminded family <3 Thank you so much!