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I arrived at Rygge Airport at about 4pm on 24 July 2013 and was met at the airport by Camilla and her folks. We drove straight back to Camilla's and sat out on the balcony overlooking the lake drinking tea and chatting. Before I knew it, it was dinner time and Camilla's mum had made potato bake and steaks for dinner with salad. We continued to all sit outside together talking about anything and everything from when Camilla was in Australia to when she came to South Africa ...
... was unbelievable and more smoked meat and cake afterwords. So tons of food. I'm happy to say that I didn't go hungry what so ever while I was in Arendal. So I got to ride in the boat and stuff and i relax with the family and everything and it was all very nice. I don't think I could have said thank you enough to everyone but I did my best. After that I took a bus from Arendal to Oslo to meet up with some friends named Bjørn and Seeve that I had met on Cayamo! They ...
... It's going to be a crazy two and a half weeks. I can't wait to get out of Moss again. It's nice to be here and all, but everyday I spend in Moss is another I don't spend seeing the rest of Europe!
Trivia Time! (no cheating!)
1) When did Norway become an independent country?
2) What was the #1 selling American music act of the 1970s?
Hope you all have a stupendous week!
... make grocery runs to nearby Sweden for the considerately cheaper prices. For example, a kilogram of candy in Norway costs 109 kroner. In Sweden, you can get a kilo of candy for 39 kroner.
This one's fairly self-explanatory. I miss going on weekend trips to Minnesota to go snowmobiling. So much fun.
I kind of addressed this point in volume ...
Today marks the fifth week since my journey began. 5 weeks down, 14 to go. Over 1/4 done already. It's hard to believe, really. I think I can say that I'm pretty well settled in now, and more familiar with Norwegian culture than most people on earth. It's been a great five weeks, but there are some things that I do miss from home:
1. The UND dining centers. Maybe they are overpriced, but the convenience just can't ...