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March 21, 2013

Last night I chaperoned my husband to the oil museum for a presentation on oil field stuff.

The museum is definitely not as big as it looks from outside and how I thought it would be.

The presentation itself was just a commercial pitch on services and technologies offered by one of the petroleum companies and thus not very useful to any of the attendees. (Except maybe for the students who got a free sense of belonging and hopes for future recruitment contacts)
We had left the home without having dinner, planned to have a small snack there and then see if we’d be hungry to eat something more later on.
However, the animals* had already gotten to the snacks by the time we arrived, so we left with a craving for food.
After considering several options of eating out, my husband suddenly felt like pizza take-away and I could “pick up whatever I like”.
A sudden rush of happiness surged over me…..Alarm bells ringing in my head, stronger heartbeats, butterflies in the stomach…..:SUSHI!!!!!
Here was my chance, after a long time of abstinence (my husband doesn’t eat sushi, so the occasions to eat it are few) to walk into that sushi bar – one of the 5 or 6 in the street we were walking in (Norway loves sushi) and order some colorful and deliciously fresh pieces of wonder!
Well it had been a long time to taste such fresh and gorgeous pieces of sushi (Not in Egypt, not in Greece, not in Belgium…)
For those of you who want to know: I brought them from “Sabi Sushi”, a place that also seems to be highly recommended on Tripadvisor – as the sign inside says.
You can even order online ( or through smartphone/ipad. Enjoy the feast!
Now this was in no way intended to be a commercial pitch for sushi, I just had to share the bliss.
As my husband reminded me: I live to eat and he eats to live.
*animals: those greedy, stingy pricks that trash a buffet and stuff themselves to the brim, just because it’s free and they won’t find any food elsewhere on the planet.

From → Norway, Stavanger

  1. AndSan permalink

    Tisk tisk. Try Sushi Mat next time, they have better prices.
    You should have said you are a sushi fan, we’ll take you to a place next time.

    • Hey Andrei, I’ll try Sushi Mat next time. I just liked the look of the Sabi Sushi place and the chef who was preparing the sushi fresh and they didn’t have these weird looking sushi bowls in the window. I must say they were really delicious, I definitely don’t regret!

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