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... br> And so to Friday, the 17 of May. For international readers unaware of the significance of this day, it is the Norwegian National Day, a huge occasion in Norway and not least for Madam Randers. We insisted on celebrating the day in some way and for lunch we returned to the local market and to a small, but popular little restaurant (we later found out it was one of the best restaurants in town) called Box 52. We ordered some champagne, aka Brazilian cava - which ...
... The moment we stepped onto the beach we realised why it was so quiet. You couldn’t see it as you are walking in but you felt it when you were on the beach itself. The wind was very strong and the sand was everywhere, I could almost call it a mini sand storm. The water was still cold. Frustration levels were high between the two of us as we really wanted to relax on the beach. However, the universe had other ideas. It wanted us to write and so we returned home to ...
... about not doing anything. After a great time relaxing on the east coast we decided to venture south to the far less developed part of the island to rot some more. Here we managed to stumble across an amazing deal for an apartment 100m from the beach. It was owned by an elderly Brazilian couple that could not speak a word of English or Spanish. We somehow managed to agree a price and decided to commit to 6 nights there. Excellent call.
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The following morning I received an email from my coordinator at home saying that the next day was the last day of registration at ASU and that if I were to register there, I would be able to come home, stay on track for graduation, and maintain both my NM and the grant stipend for the semester. After all that I had worked for to get here, 8 months of preparation, basically days of tear-filled moments, learning ...
... beach (Adrian is slowly getting me used to beaches!). Jurere is a very thin but long strip of sand with lovely warm waters (or so Adrian tells me - I haven't actually had a swim in the sea yet). We walked along the beach, looking for a bar to settle in and have some lunch. Surprisingly, there weren't many to choose from, but we eventually saw a nice looking place a little set back from the beach. We walked over and chose ...
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