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Stones, pipes, clouds, snow and pugs

I wandered around Regent's Park looking at sculptures - a standing stone with a face, a large shoe, and the best thing: a stone that made sounds, but as you got closer to it, the sounds became more faint.

I then headed to the Carroll/Fletcher gallery and was given a contraption that I tried to move along velcro lines above me, and then I could hear sounds sometimes, bits of words. I watched a video of colourfully dressed children playing and listening with their ears to pipes in an abandoned village in a geothermal area.

I looked at 3D images of clouds in the Photographers' Gallery and at photos of the sky looking as if there were mysterious constructions in them.

In Foyles, I bought a guide book for Norway, as I have decided to go on holiday to Tromsø in February, and hopefully see the northern lights, and maybe some whales, and perhaps learn to snowshoe.

Then I ate festive ice-cream: panettone flavour.

That evening, I played Undertale, which deathboy kindly gave me, and then later, a pug dating sim: Hot Date.

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Tromso is a nice place, if chilly in February. I'm thinking of going there too, though later in the year, and as the strat of a public transport trek down the length of Norway.

Any recommendations for things to do there?

I was thinking of going to Bergen and visiting the fjords in the summer, and then didn't quite get around to it. I have to use five days of annual leave before the end of March, so I thought I might as well go and look for the northern lights, even though it will be cold and there won't be much daylight.

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