No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Sandefjord
... About 20.00 it was time to hit the road for home before the sun got too low, so we gave George home orders and away we went. We'd been on a particular road for about 20kms when Treas said.."I think this is that "bad" road again that Haakon mentioned..." "Now you tell me...." ..."..Well, we've come this far, and it seems quite good so far - just a bit winding...." About 10km further on we suddenly see a sign saying "bridge clearance 2.9m"........... Hmmmmmm......Uh ...
... those huge EU handouts. Whilst on the subject of roads, I have to mention tolls. We expected to pay them in and around Oslo and other large cities, but have been surprised to be driving down a totally unprepossessing, even poor quality, road to see a sign indicating an automatic road toll in 2km. Nigel’s theory is that they collect the money first then repair the road!
As we drove ...
Greetings from Moss!
I have to apologize for not having an entry for nearly a week now. I've been busy with school work, and we were (and still are) having problems with the wireless internet here in the dorms. But, I'll try my best to have a new entry for you all for Wednesday. Today, I have for you an advance copy of my article that will (hopefully) appear in this week's Banner. Compared to the last article, I feel this one is ...
The Nordic life of a North Dakotan
By Robert Reinpold
Recently I've come to realize that
whoever said that time passes quickly when your having fun was a wise
person. As the days grow longer, the time seems to pass faster and
faster. It's hard to believe that more than six weeks have passed
since my study abroad experience began here in Moss, Norway. The
semester is now a third done, but it feels like only yesterday that ...
... I don't know of any masses offered in English. I'll have to look into that... Other than that, I spent most of the afternoon reading about Judaism (for World Religions) and writing papers on the industrial food system (think Food, Inc) for college comp and analyzing works for creative writing. I think this semester is going to be a bit harder homework wise than last semester, but at least it's not just a daycare for 19 and 20 year olds. Like I said earlier, by the time I ...