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... time we left the Tourist info office and decided to get some Norwegian kms under our belts with the help of some strong tail winds. We made it to Sarpsborg in excellent time-had a quick lunch in another beautiful location-in the gardens of Hafslund Manor, built in the 1600's. Eager to get some more decent kms achieved, we set off again. But alas, the route was poorly signposted and we spent the next hour and a half trying to find our way back on track-very ...
... 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 ...
... perspective on life. I also wonder if I'll fall victim to reverse homesickness, that is, homesick towards Moss. I haven't been homesick about the US too badly, so I don't think it'll be too much of an issue.
Anyhow, I had better go do kitchen duty now (we have a common kitchen and take turns cleaning it). Fun fun. I'll get back to the Italy trip when I have time (it takes a lot) and feel motivated enough to do it.
Hope everybody had a great weekend!
The weather here lately has been rather exceptional. This is especially true when compared to the central Red River Valley, which I heard got a foot and a half of snow. I guess I can't complain! It's been in the low to mid forties here during the day, and the only snow left is by the side of the road and in shaded places.
My weekend was quite relaxing. A few ...
... watching subtitles on the TV. You may laugh, but that's a good way to learn a language if you're not to crazy about sitting down with Rosetta Stone. Hopefully by the end of the semester I can put some elementary sentences together. It's a work in progress. All things considered, I suspect that the second half of the semester will be even more awesome than the first half. Today marks the beginning of week eleven since I departed ND ...