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... 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 ...
... graduating class spends about 2 weeks or something like that driving around in red vans with writing on them and they party almost everyday until they have finished all of their exams. It seems like a strange time to party when summer is around the corner but its been going on for 100 years or something like that so I guess they don't see any problem with it. So the Russ parade is a parade of 18 year olds that are still partying. It looked pretty sweet. Then they started ...
... 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.
museum on Swedish history and heritage and another museum housing a
17th century warship, both of which were very fascinating. We also
saw many of Stockholm's beautiful churches, including the Storkyrkan,
which is where the Swedish royal wedding took place last June.
Overall, Stockholm is a wonderful city that has a lot to offer.
My time in Sweden quickly came to
pass, and before I knew it, I found my ...
... about the 1000+ years of historical events that have happened
here, from the Black Plague to the vikings. Also near the museum was
a stave church (not unlike the one at the Hjemkomst Center in
Moorhead) and village typical of 13th century Norway. Saturday we
spent sledding on the slopes near the city of Hamar. It was really a
lot of fun; the views from the top of the hill were simply
spectacular. Hopefully we can do some skiing in ...