Fast forward to June and the operation had came and went, I was housebound for 3 weeks, and am now healing well. What operation did I had? Haemorrhoids. The first week post-surgery was hell! Perhaps that was why I was putting off doing it since my 20s. I highly recommend all who suffer from it to get it cut out via surgery asap, instead of procrastinating over it like me for 2 decades.
After a long 3 weeks, with more than enough time for me to review, think and plan for my work (although I should be resting), I am going to re-organize my web site and blog site. You'll see it as I hope to launch it for the busy 2nd half of the year.
More beautiful travel photos to come, as I edit and resize them for this blog.
After Reykjavik, the next stop was Oslo, capital of Norway. We took a SAS flight out from Reykjavik to Oslo Airport Gardermoen. On inter-Asian city flights, airlines serve hot meals (full meal service). In Europe, most of the time you get served just a cup of hot drink (tea or coffee) and a small packet of snack, even if you are not on budget airline flights. Oslo airport was easy to navigate through, and taking a train to the city was easy, using a personal credit card to swipe through at the turnstile and heading down one flight of escalators to the train platform. The currency used is NOK.
13 April 2017 - 1 May 2017
I will be away during this period, keep your emails coming.
Just call me Mr. Chua as in 蔡先生.