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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... people lots of fun. I've been out on their boat a couple times as well and I've met some of their friends. They have a great little flat with a spare bedroom for me which is nice. (I've been lucky so far and I haven't needed to sleep on too many couches yet) we have been listening to good music and have been a great time at sea. For only meeting these people for a week in January they are extremely nice and I'm happy that I contacted them before I left Norway. Tomorrow I go to ...
... you are used to leads to a certain degree of closed mindedness, largely due to the fact that you didn't realize that there were other ways to view things. You see that your perspectives are relative to the cultural norms of your locale. For example, how governments are structured and operate. Though we may look at another country's political system and scoff, the citizens of that nation do view things quite the same, having ...
... amount of time in Horten that I decided to make a trip back when the weather was more fair, to see what Horten was like under more favorable conditions.
I set out mid morning for the port to catch the ferry. Although the weather was much much nicer than it was in February, it was still pretty brisk. Not quite T-shirt weather, but it was refreshing. Setting out, I didn't exactly know where I was going (as had been a common theme for my time in ...
... last school sanctioned event for the year. Never again will we students all be together again. It's kinda sad, yet happy. You understand the feeling, I'm sure...
Tonight people began to move out. More move out tomorrow, and more the next day until, slowly the atmosphere that has dominated the last semester has been deconstructed. The next few days are going to be emotional, to say the ...
... back in a few months.
The thought of leaving consumes my mind, and there's nothing I can do but try my best to enjoy my time left in Norway. And I am enjoying it. The pressure of homework is gone, and we still have a day or two before everybody goes back home.
It is going to be quite emotional when the time does come to say goodbye though. Over the past 4+ months, we've formed friendships that will last the rest of our lives. ...