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Travel Blogs from Sandefjord
... a result was really ****** and crabby, and wound up like a clock-spring...... Well, when we drove off the ship.......and headed down the "Nothing to Declare" lane.....I thought Treas was going to actually eat the road-directory, she was so tense and really panicking....and then.....as we approached the Customs line, we searched for any sign of movement from alien beings.....no in-coming missiles or groups of lascivious, drooling, aggressive Customs blokes.......in ...
... in the harbour.
We visited the Norwegian Folk Museum, another ‘living museum’ (but not nearly as lively as the Vikinge center in Denmark), with a collection of old buildings and demonstrations of baking and ...
... Mediterranean coast. Also in
April, I will be traveling to the home of former HHS exchange student
Elisa Doz in Trieste, Italy.
Having passed the midpoint of my study
abroad experience last weekend, the realization of just how limited
my time here is has begun to sink in. With that in mind, we (the
Americans, in particular) have been making more and more efforts to
get out and see Europe, not just ...
Today was an awesome day! You know why? Guess. You give up? Ok, I'll tell you. I got a package from home!! Yippie! What a way to start the day. And no, that does not mean I got up at two or three in the afternoon; the mail here arrives early in the morning. It's nice. But anyhow, I got a package from home filled American candy, and some copies of the Hillsboro ...
... yet to meet anybody of less than great demeanor.
I've made many new friendships with students also attending the
American College of Norway, friendships that will last a lifetime.
At first impression, this
place is a place of serene beauty, but as time has passed, I've found
it to be so much more. It is a wonderful place where anybody could
feel welcome, a place where friendly faces make you feel at home, and