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... here folks had been out to Perth to visit. At about 10pm it was time to drive Camilla back to work (approximate 40 minutes from home) and so her mother and I got to spend some more time chatting on the way home. On Thursday Camilla's mum (Hilde) and I drove out to pick Camilla up from work and drove down to Hvaler (islands near the Swedish Border) for lunch. It aw an incredible drive driving over the bridges from island to island, sort of like a mini version of the ...
... me that I looked fine. So after our breakfast we drive down to the parade and watch the children and the marching bands and everything and that was cool to watch! After we walked around and had some food and I met a few people that were friends with the family so that was nice. They taught me a little bit about the Norwegian heritage. But nothing about Vikings, mostly about dresses. Then Randi and odd went home to prepare some food and Anna and I watched the Russ parade. In ...
... back to Moss. All in all, it was an extraordinary day. I do like exploring solo and being able to move at my own pace, but at the same time, I wish I had been able to share the time with my friends and family. It's one of the great paradoxes of travel.
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... in Europe. After catching up,
she gave me a guided tour of her city. Uppsala, which is about an
hour north of Stockholm, is a really pretty place. It is home to
northern Europe's largest church (the "Domkryka"), an
incredibly impressive example of Gothic architecture that has to be
seen to be appreciated.
During my stay, Jenni and I took a day
trip to the Swedish capitol of Stockholm. While there, ...
... our day trip
to Oslo was a lot of fun, and hopefully we will make a few more trips
there before the semester is up.
The next weekend we all, minus Kev,
went to Bjorn's place in Brumunddal. On Friday we drove to nearby
Lillehammer, home of the 1994 winter Olympic games. While there, we
went to Mauhaugen, a museum on Norwegian history and heritage. Coming
from the relatively young United States, it was really interesting ...