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... so in Stavanger, however, than Oslo). We arrived back at the apartment, planning to pack up and then head back downstairs to buy something for dinner. We were pleasantly surprised by the fact that Thomas had purchased all of the ingredients to make us a traditionally Norwegian meal (the only one he knew how to cook). We offered to head downstairs and grab some beer or dessert to contribute to the meal, but he insisted on picking up the beer himself, ...
... a walk around an island called kalvøya which was really nice and had a coffee. Again, we headed back home for some more gorgeous food from Christel, fajitas on the menu tonight! Thursday came and we hiked up kolsåstoppen which is an old volcanic mountain. It only took about 40 minutes to hike up and we spent about an hour sitting at the top in the sun, taking in the fantastic views around. In the afternoon we baked some cookies and also had ...
... men who sailed with Thor Heyerdahl. It is amazing that Heyerdahl himself could hardly swim and had almost no sailing experience before he set out. Since most knowledge about these kinds of boats had been lost over the centuries, Heyerdahl hired men first from Chad and then Lake Titicaca in South America, to help construct the boats from balsa wood and reeds. To think that they sailed across the Pacific and the Atlantic in such vessels is incredible, even ...
... their daily internet fix. We managed to get by without any Danish currency. We purchased a travel ticket at the TI using our credit card and also for the Viking museum. After the TI we headed for the Vigeland Sculpture park, via the metro. The park was very busy and popular. It is a large park with 200 bronze and iron sculptures of naked people in various poses. The sculptor wanted to depict all types of people. It ...
... day. This was around about the same time in life when I met another kid, this time a boy in my prep class. He told me he was half Australian and half Singaporean, which clearly meant that he must have been born on the plane on the way over from Australia to Singapore. How could you be from two countries? I’m sure this 4-year-old view of the world provided mum the excellent segway for her to explain to me that my sister would ...