Laura in Singapore
Monday, October 14, 2013
At first, the earth was a fiery mess.
Then, in the tween years, Norway became tropical!
Significantly later, the 10 Oil Commandments were printed onto yellow poster board to improve life for all!
The Norwegian oil museum is fun even from the outside.
Inside, you can sample oil from different countries.
These tiny Norwegians are demonstrating their skills in the cold.
This is one of the cold Norwegians, who I think too a liking to me.
As I was practicing my underwater assembly skills, the pictures started flying through the air.
They, but not I, look better with 3D glasses on.
The museum had some safety warnings, one of which was very disturbing!
Now, Alexander Kielland, shown below, was a famous author from Stavanger.
They named a rig after him. However, the Alexander L. Kielland capsized and killed many. So what is the statue associated with, now?
There were other dark moments at the museum, where we find out that the 10 commandments are, sadly, not enough!
And then it ends, just like it started.