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Yes, some beautifully restored apothecaries, in one of which a young man demonstrated the lost art of pill rolling – using marzipan and, as he scraped the sticky goo off his fingers imparted the (unverified) gem that one of the earliest strikes in Norway was when employees who worked with sulphur demanded the right to be able to wash their hands and not have to ...
... getting our scholarly affairs in order, we've found room for a little fun. During the last week, Griffin and I discovered that ACN has a ping pong table in storage at the school. Since our discovery, not a day has passed that we haven't been down at the school either after class or in the evenings, playing ping pong. (The table isn't permanently set up, so we have to bring it out of the closet and set it up when we want to play.) ...
... new places, but to learn of
new cultures. As author Henry Miller said, "One’s destination
is never a place, but a new way of seeing things."
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... was nice to get a box filled with goodies, but the most amusing part was the flyer for Dale's Food Pride. Griffin, Kev, and I sat in awe of the cheap prices for a good 20 minutes. $2 for 18 eggs. 4 pizzas for $11. 60 cans of Pepsi for $13. I don't exactly know how much these things cost here (sorry!), but I know they aren't that cheap! I've forgotten how crazy the prices are here. ...
... alive with a rich history. The true beauty of this place can
not be put into words or shown through pictures. It has to be
experienced to be understood.
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daily adventures and see pictures of my new city of residence, check
out my blog at http://travelpod.com/members/robert.rei npold.
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