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... around 800AD. As was the custom at the time they were buried with personal and household items, horses, a cart and sleds, - everything they would need in the afterlife.
We also visited the Kontiki Museum. There was a full size model of the Kontiki raft that Thor Heyerdahl and his crew sailed from South America to Polynesia to prove his ...
... feed me feed me. Sleep on your face lay down in your way knock over the lamp chuf attack, claw meow leap chase the red dot sleep in the sink. Stretching claw fluffy fur scratched, puking eat eat bat feed me kittens attack judging you. Run lick fluffy fur catnip sleep in the sink, lick sleep on your keyboard eat the grass I don't like that food tail flick. Biting jump on the table chase the red dot jump, rip the couch sunbathe eat the grass sleep in the sink litter box ...
... sadly no photos as I was too busy looking out the window at the beautiful scenery and the boats). We had lunch (the largest baked potato I have ever seen) and then went to the National Park information centre, which was able to show us a quick film about the soft coral reefs in the water of the National Park, the sealife and the deep shafts and steep cliffs under the water which was pretty interesting. After lunch we drove back to Fredrikstad, where Camilla and I met ...
... to the bottom for answers ):
1. Which two are common prepare-at-home packaged foods that Norwegians eat on a weekly basis?
a. Frozen pizza and tacos
b. Fish and Leak soup and Clam Chowder
c. Pre stuffed baked potatoes and elaborate packaged salads
2. See first photo. What is this?
a. a place for rural makeshift car repairs
b. a in ground sheep fence
c. a drainage grating
3. Which costs more in Norway?
a. a small head of iceberg ...
... bought a Jamie Oliver cook's knife. It was of course pukka. We then loaded up with as much food as we thought the bus could hold for our trip to Norway. Prices were higher than Scotland, but not excessively so and the food was all top quality. We bought some beer, but no wine because in Sweden there is a state monopoly on wines and spirits to cut down consumption amongst drouthy Swedes. Fearing what we might find, we input our location into our ...