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... around the headland. The rocks were like granite ,but with a lot of sparkly quartz which made them shine in the sun and a lot of another type of pink rock. We sat on a rock watching a group of Eider Ducks, very close up, calling to each other. ...
... between two fjords. This looked like a small campsite with mainly statics, which had been terraced and now called itself a 'resort' with spa etc, with lots of sporting activities - which were all charged as extras - of courseWe had a bit of a ...
This past month has been filled with many "I can try that.", "Is that safe?", and "Wow, I've never seen that before." moments.
Starting at the beginning of the month I partook on a gym class trip to a town called Mölle. After a four hour bus ride I arrived to a house made for all us students to stay in. The teachers allowed us to walk around town and take in the sights. After dinner the students were invited to stay the night in a cave. Of course knowing how I always say yes, this ...
... their upcoming year. I became very close to them this weekend because they are going through the same situation as me and can relate to my feelings. After four days of eating (yes they gave us two fikas a day), talking, and learning I was already on my way back home to really get settled in.
Back at home again, I went on my tour of Vårgårda, on bike of course. I saw the main part of town and fell In love with the small place I ...
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Let's face it, you can’t have a blog about Holland without mentioning windmills – or tulips.
So, we left Amsterdam to head for the Keukenhof Gardens where seven million bulbs are planted every year to provide a ten week blaze of colour, viewed by around 800,000 visitors, then the bulbs are ...