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It is currently 2pm here in Honefoss. Last night a couple of us decided to go downtown to check out the bar scene and nightlife. I was very surprised by the amount of young adults there. None of them must go to the same college as I do. We relaxed a had some beers. I ended up talking to a Norwegian girl that went to Texas Tech last semester. We made the 35 minute walk around 3am and went to bed. Today I had ...
... looking for but not a real idea of where I was currently or where on the road my hostel was. So I just walked with the crowd until I ended up on the street and from there just kept walking. I ended up at a bus stop, because it was raining and cold and I had no idea where I was going and looked at the map for what I felt like was forever before finally figuring out where I was. Storgata! Three streets up then it will curve and make a right! No idea how far up the hostel is but at least ...
... but I didn't think it would pose a big problem - even if Schipol by far was the largest airport I had set foot after Dallas 2001.
Security at Oslo Airport is usually quick and professional. No major problems this time either. I brought my laptop for the journey, and took it out of my bag as instructed. All routine. I went through security, and headed for my usual spot in the international departure hall; Pizza Hut.
... each other. It leads up to a giant phallic figure on which was carved people wrestling each other. At the top are children because he believed childhood was the pinnacle of life, and the rest of our lives we spend fighting each other trying to get ahead in life. Also, there is a small garden with sculptures of babies, and in the center is a sculpture of a fetus. Just thought I'd throw that in there.
After I wandered around a little bit before trying to catch a free urban ...
... an early breakfast then made our way to the Information centre in the middle of the city to pick up our “Oslo cards”. Due to time constraints we decided a visit to the Viking Museum would be our best option so quickly hopped on a nearby ferry and travelled the short distance across the harbour followed by a rather long walk uphill to the museum.
The walk was less gruelling as we were distracted by the beautiful ...
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