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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 ...
... thing to do was to fill up. About 20km from the border we drove into a town with three filling stations. One was significantly cheaper so we filled up there. It was unmanned and what they didn't tell you was that the max they'd give you was Kr400 (£40) on one card. So we had to use 3 credit cards to get the Magic Bus full for the fiords. Of course as Norway isn't in the EU but as it is in Schengen, we had the strange experience of ...
... back to Moss. All in all, it was an extraordinary day. I do like exploring solo and being able to move at my own pace, but at the same time, I wish I had been able to share the time with my friends and family. It's one of the great paradoxes of travel.
Anyhow, I hope you found some interest in today's entry. Please comment on any of the pictures if you have any questions or even if you just find something cool :)
Catch ya next time!
... 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 ...