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Travel Blogs from Sandefjord
... 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 ...
... an interesting place on the island, Jeloy. It was a heritage farm-like thingy in the country side. It had, among other things, a glass blowing shop, which was really cool. A short walk down the road were a ceramics shop (it was pretty sad) and a antiques shop. The antiques shop was awesome. Unfortunately I didn't get any pictures of the inside.
It seems like we did more this weekend, but for the life of me, I can't think of ...
Greetings from Norway!
Seven and a half weeks into this semester abroad, I am becoming more and more aware of what it is that makes America the most awesome country on earth.
1. Cass Clay
The milk here is pretty good, but I miss Cass Clay dairy products. Seems kinda weird, but it's true. Especially Swiss chocolate milk. So good. Also, the biggest carton you can get is a ...
Greetings from the Eastern Hemisphere!
I hope February has started off on the right foot for y'all.
The last few days have probably been some of the toughest since my arrival. This is due mostly to the increasing amounts of homework we've been having lately. Maybe taking two writing-intensive classes wasn't the best move, but on the other hand, nobody said college was easy. I guess the work isn't ...
Dear family and friends,
I hope everybody had a great weekend! I cannot reflect on my Sunday without recalling the words of a traditional proverb which says that "A Sunday well-spent brings a week of content." I guess I have a good week ahead of me, for I had a rather splendid Sunday. Ten o'clock mass at "Sankt Mikael's" was interesting, as it was in Norwegian. But, of course, it was easy enough to follow along as ...