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... 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 ...
... wait for Spain, where things are hopefully cheaper. If it's still too much, I may have to learn the art of cutting my own hair. With a scissor. :)
1) Just how big are the Pyramids in Egypt?
2) How wide is the strait of Gibraltar? (How much water separates Morocco from Spain?)
Tune in next time to hear about our first impressions of Spain!
... 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 ...
The last three weeks have been pretty
exciting. On the 29th of January, I, along with fellow UND students
Griffin and Ashley, went to the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Also
accompanying us were Kev of Philadelpia, PA, and Bjorn from
Brumunddal, Norway. Compared to the humble industrial city of Moss,
the bustling life of Oslo offers quite a change of pace. We started
in Oslo walking passed the National Theater and ...
... my homework and after helping a couple others understand some of the concepts, I was too tired to do any blogging. So here I am doing it today!
Besides sitting in class most of the day (when the sun's out, naturally), myself and a couple of the Norwegian students walked what seemed like miles to find the nearest McDonald's, which was at a mall. It wouldn't have been so far or taken so long if we had actually known where we were going. We ...