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... After returning back to the home, we ate and slept knowing the next day we had kayaking and mountain biking. That morning we saw the fog roll into the town and got to go kayaking in the clear ocean. It was perfect to see the town. After kayaking and eating lunch, we started mountain biking. This was my least favorite part of the trip because a few friends and I got lost for over an hour in the Swedish woods. Although we came out safe it's still an experience I can now talk about. ...
... 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 ...
... automatically drift off into Norwegian, and then turn to me for a comment a few minutes later, expecting me to have understood the whole thing, while I sit there looking blank, having also drifted off into fairy-land...
No wonder they keep saying "slack-****"....
I guess that one day I will actually learn the language.
Not much else happening, so I'll try to add some more Oslo photos in the morning on Aslaug's wifi, before we depart.
Yeap, so today I did my last day of work, before heading out to Canada, felt kind of bittersweet.. Been looking forward to this day for a while, but saying goodbye to everyone made me realize how much I actually enjoyed working there! Anyways, I'm off to bed now, going into town tomorrow and say good bye to the grand parents. Lets hope I can actually get some sleep these last days.. I doubt it though ...
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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 ...