Sunday, September 25, 2011

Octopus of the North

Somehow, I lost a whole week there, going back to Scandinavia and having a horrible internet connection in the hotel. More tales to tell, but until then, a few friendly octopi.

This grapefruit-sized pair was almost $50 (each), so I didn’t even bother to convert the price of the cantaloupe-sized relative on the shelf above from kroner to dollars.

Signage from a shop that looked adorable, but was already closed by the time I walked by.

There’s a street in the capital city that I mentally call Hedgehog-House every time I walk by, and these water bottles would certainly serve that banner.


Asianmommy said...

Whoa--when did octopi get so expensive? :)

mayberry said...

Aww! I have a soft spot for the hedgies.

Welcome home!

Bob said...

Ah kroners, still remember "How many kroners to buy her off" in Sabrina.

Anonymous said...

OMG. Must have that hedge water bottle. I bet it's $80 though

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Amber said...

Perhaps octopi are rare in Norway, and supply and demand is having its way with their price?