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... tour. Their owners appear to be at home in Oslo. The forecast for tomorrow is better. The camping fee is about £16 quid a night, so not as bad as I was expecting. A beer then fish and seafood soup followed by Spag Bol. Lovely. Later we may even celebrate, with a glass of Swedish State Tempranillo, having achieved something that nice Nigel Farrage can only dream about. We have left the EU. Stop Press - the rain has stopped. The saga continues. Mileage ...
... 8211; all night!
We aren’t great fans of cities at the best of times and after a disturbed night were happy to leave Oslo and head south to Sandefjord, a former ‘Whaling capital’ of Norway and home to one of only two Whaling Museums in ...
... 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!
... learn. This learning, however, is hardly
reserved for textbooks and lectures. Being such a relatively small
continent packed with so many rich, diverse cultures, the whole of
Europe has become our classroom.
During the last week of February, I
traveled to Uppsala, Sweden, to the home of former Hillsboro High
School exchange student Jenni Jalonen. It was quite nice to see a
familiar face after nearly ...
... Probably do more homework. I have a paper due Wednesday. I have to work on a story I'm writing. We're also putting together an American Culture Night for the Norwegians, where we tell them trivial stuff and prepare them some American food. And of course, we leave for Dublin on Thursday, so we'll be busy getting ready for that as well. Should be an interesting week coming up!
Until next time,