OUAT fancast » East of the Sun and West of the Moon (Østenfor Sol og Vestenfor Måne)
When she had rubbed the sleep out of her eyes, and cried until she was tired, she set out on her way, and walked many, many days, until she came to a high cliff. An old woman sat under it, and played with a golden apple which she tossed about.
The girl asked her if she knew the way to the prince, who lived with his stepmother in the castle east of the sun and west of the moon, and who was to marry the princess with a nose three yards long.
“How did you come to know about him?” asked the old woman. “Maybe you are the girl who should have had him?”