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Travel Blogs from Rena
... but unsuccessful. Then a car comes, opposite to my direction so I don't bother. Suddenly it stops and the driver asks me about the road to Sweden, I tell him all I know from my map but he's not very convinced, so I offer him my "pilotage" (and myself 'bout 10km in my direction, muahaha!).
And now comes the best part.
As for now we were talking in english, but I've seen it's definitely not a native language of my companion. I asked him:
... we were relieved to see a few more vehicles arrive shortly afterwards, and then the ferry appeared (thank God!) By the time we reached the airport the clods were lifting, and it looked like a reasonable day in Trondheim. I'm writing this from the plane (which has wi-fi), so you may well read this before we arrive at Gatwick. We've had a great time in a truly beautiful part of the world, where everyone seems incredibly friendly. Back to reality ...
... 60s, plus some great crafty pieces which I'm incapable of describing! Just over the road from the museum was Trondheim's cathedral, with a stunning frontage and a typically funky cafe! Parts of the cathedral date from around 1150, and Olivia and I went in to explore (Liz preferred the exterior!). The lighting inside was quite modern, but muted, and the interior itself quite plain, which meant the stained glass windows almost ...
... one month driving down Chile and back up Argentina, and already before flying home to Norway starting to discuss what our next major stunt would be. And so, the idea of driving across Russia was borne. In 2009 I worked in Japan, and so we started thinking that maybe we'd make it all the way across to Japan. (Or even start in Japan and drive back home instead.) Instead, time flew by, and we postponed it until 2011, and then because of ...
... because when I told a Swedish person that I thought Gothenburg was a great little city, she said, “Little? It’s the second biggest city in Sweden!” It’s all relative, says the LA girl. All relative. Trondheim was a bit chilly for my taste, even snowed a bit, layering the landscape in a white blanket, but once I got past the uncomfortable shivers, I liked it. I liked the program. I especially connected with the ...
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