- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... designed to encourage "international friendship and training, for young people in the art of sailing".
So we slowly cycled along the harbour front-viewing all the ships!! One of those unplanned moments again!!
We cycled out of town, hoping to find our campsite for the night but unfortunately we couldn't find a suitable spot for quite awhile, needing to cycle almost till dusk! After cycling up a steep hill and pushing our bikes up an even steeper forest ...
For better or worse, I rejoined the North Sea Cycle Route. I say that because it can be difficult to follow and poorly signed, and for some reason often unnecessarily sends you on rough dirt and gravel roads were could be rocky, muddy, etc. on one occasion, the road was closed for repair!
I woke up and packed in a light rain, which is a pet peeve because it means my things get packed wet! Then I went down to a nearby gas station and used their bathroom, and bought ...
... it’s tongue. As for the display on whaling, it was actually very interesting and informative, presenting the facts without bias. For myself, I can see why whales would be hunted, given their economic and functional value, and could even perhaps accept the old days when man was pitted against whale, and many a brave man died in the industry. However, once they started to fire explosive grenade spears into ...
... watching subtitles on the TV. You may laugh, but that's a good way to learn a language if you're not to crazy about sitting down with Rosetta Stone. Hopefully by the end of the semester I can put some elementary sentences together. It's a work in progress. All things considered, I suspect that the second half of the semester will be even more awesome than the first half. Today marks the beginning of week eleven since I departed ND ...
... is flying back to the states to take a tour of UND. Griffin went up to northern Norway to go kite boarding, which is something along the lines of snowboarding across a windy plain being pulled by a large kite. It sounds like a lot of fun. I can't remember the name of the place though (if any Norwegian reading this knows, please comment below!). Ashley took off earlier today to tour Germany with her cousin. I can't wait to hear about their ...