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... the end station on the West side.
... from pulling all of my travel information together and went down to a bonfire some people had started. It was nice to go back to the old way we always hung out in Texas, sitting around a bonfire singing wagon wheel and sharing stories. Eventually I had to shower and finish some things before bed. The next morning I was up for breakfast and finished packing before hanging out with the few remaining stragglers on campus. We would be officially kicked off campus at noon, but ...
... as we strive towards spirituality, the divine and/or salvation. Visceral. There were also some huts left over with a big sign saying "Kongolandsbyen" which sounded familiar and also the whole thing felt a little bit ...racist? Which is exactly what it was. But in all the right ways. Basically Oslo had this "human zoo" exhibition for a few months in 1914, opened by the king and attended by over a million people. The "exhibits" were people from Senegal ...
... since I had now arrived I saved her the trouble. For dinner, Helle had a friend of hers over and Helle cooked us all the most amazing steaks on the barbecue, with amazing potatoes and salad and garlic butter. It was one of the best meals I've on this entire trip, I ate every scrap. Over dinner, Jess quietly enquired about the presence of bears in the Fjord lands. Helle and her friend laughed in exasperation, "It's 36 degrees and she's expecting to see a Polar ...
Today we set out in Oslo armed with a map and our own legs. After quite a stroll in, we arrived at the National Gallery, which was filled with paintings and sculptures from famous artists like Picasso and Munch. Munch’s The Scream is housed in this gallery, along with many of his other (rather morose) paintings. I particularly enjoyed the more ...