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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 ...
... food the first night) we went through the exchange student first night questions. After dinner I showered and prepared for the next morning of language camp.
After a two hour drive to Vetlanda, in the center of Sweden, I arrived at my camp. I finally got to meet the other students who came from all over the world to also study in Sweden. I met friends from Argentina, Japan, Brazil, Austria, and the US. All eager and ...
... and I feel a bit embarrassed and quite humbled by the hospitality of everyone.
Thank you all so much!
We spent an amazing couple of days in Oslo with Karianne and Tormod, and of course little V, and they were just fantastic hosts, ferrying us around the place, and taking us to restaurants, so we feel quite overwhelmed.
Had a fun night last night when we met-up with their office crew for Friday night drinks and dinner, and we got to meet and chat with ...
... our hostel in Halden. What a beautiful setting and a wonderful room. Karen and I went looking for the Tistedal Kirke (and found it) and the went to find something to eat. Found a small shopping center and ate and then went to the grocery store for some nibbles for later. Groceries are very expensive (as is everything else). Back to the hostel to rest, read and finally sleep. ...
... 8217; local people demonstrate traditional crafts whilst wearing traditional costume’. Unfortunately our satnav has no sense of history or no sense of direction because we ended up beneath a large, grassy bank by a 'No entry’ sign. Nigel scrambled up the bank and called ‘Sandra, you have to look at this, the sea’s higher than we are’. Now, like everyone else, when I was at ...