See why Peter is finally able to cheer in the video below:
OSLO CENTER (Nettavisen): – It is incredibly tasty, I must say. It’s been quite a long time, so it’s good to go out among the people again. Now we can look forward to continuing with this, Polish Swede Peter Frakowiak (49) told Nettavisen, serving up his first outdoor beer of the year at Burns Pub.
He usually works as a kitchen manager at Dina’s lighthouse, but recently the Corona pandemic prompted him to work as a canteen manager at the Oslo Concert Hall. Now Frackowiak is looking forward to a less isolated time
– I’ve been mostly with family and not much with friends, so it’s mostly the social part (you miss, diary.). People were created to be with each other, not apart, and that means everything, he says.
– Everyone will go out
But Frakowiak, who has lived in Norway for 21 years, is careful not to immediately drop all inhibitions.
– It will be calm this weekend. I think everyone is going out today and tomorrow, so I guess I’m done with my first weekend. Maybe I should go out and eat in the morning, and have some good food and some wine, he says.
Two others who have found joy in reopening the pub are retirees Kent Oywind (82) from Oslo and Bent (68) from Lillstrom.
– Tasty. It’s good that we’re starting again, say the two in a good spot outside of Sir Winston. They didn’t know each other before, but ended up chatting in the pub located in the smorgasbord of Karl Johans gate.
– I sat at home and watched the press conference yesterday, and thought that on Friday I would go to Oslo if I opened – and that is what happened, says the little girl’s stream.
There you see the positive
The duo agree that it was a tough time, especially for the food industry.
– It has been difficult for them, so we are trying to help them as best we can now, says Kent Oyvind with a laugh.
Bennett points to the fact that they spoke in the pub, as an example of how important nightlife is.
– There you see the positive, with the social side of everything, he managed to say, before criticizing from the left edge:
– Now I don’t like him there, says Kent Oyvind with a laugh, and points to the fact that the axes are from “agricultural land.”
At least they both also agree that you should get the most out of the situation.
The epidemic is likely to continue for a while. Not because we are neglected, but because the epidemic has spread. It is in us. But if we override this variable (omikron, journal.anm.), it will probably work, concludes Kent Oyvind.
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