So bin ich IIAlly parked the car the closer she could to the hotel’s entrance and looked around nervously; she hadn’t showed up for dinner the day before, nor for that day’s breakfast and lunch… how on Earth was she going to get in, bloody and unnoticed?? She could run to the door, crawl… no, that was ridiculous! She could try to find an open window in the ground floor… then it would be a matter of stealthyness and luck not to bump into someone.So bin ich II by KnightfromHell
This second option seemed the best. Looking around once more, just to be sure the street was clear, Ally came out of the car and quickly trotted to the back of the building. There was an open window! Too bad, it leaded to the kitchen, and there was someone in there… Ally decided to wait; sooner or later, the cooker or the waiter or whoever it was would go away.
And, some minutes later, the person left the kitchen. Ally quickly got in by the open window and, as silently and fast as possible, crossed the kitche
So bin ichAlly got in a cab, in Alta airport, and opened a little linguistic guide. The cab driver waited patiently, until she felt bold enough to ask him to drive her to Talvik.So bin ich by KnightfromHell
She leaned back on her seat, looking outside the window; her watch said it was dawn, but the ominous clouds were too thick to allow the sunbeams through. The houses, painted in bright colours, seemed too small and fragile under such a dark sky. The road, snaking between mountains covered in snow and the Norwegian Sea, made her realise how imposing Nature was in that part of the world, the very North of Norway.
The cab driver left her in front of a small hotel in Talvik. Ally collected her luggage, paid him and then looked around… and there was this oppressive feeling on that apparently adorable-looking Norwegian town. Oppressive and gloomy. With a light frown, she got in the hotel.
The inside was rustic and cosy, and apparently the oppression and gloom couldn’t make it through the door. The frown left Ally