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... students would love this kind of dinner party.
Although Halloween is not traditional celebrated in Finland most of the clubs had Halloween parties. So as typical uni students we dressed up and went out. Lucky for us no trick or treaters but there were definitely some unique costumes.
Well that's it for now short sweet and boring :P
Much love, kisses and hugs from the other side of the world,
Mid semester break, every students favourite week. No classes, no lectures...a few assignments that don't really get looked at or worked on.
As a group we had a list of activities that we wanted to tick off whilst in Oulu, kind of like a short term bucket list:
- Eat Reindeer steak
- Go to laser tag
- Go bowling
- Go on a day trip
- Go to the gym
- Go ice skating
- Go to an ice hockey ...
... only a 5 minute walk. The first couple of weeks of uni consisted of signing up for societies, attending the opening ceremony of the academic year, buying student overalls (I shall explain later), attending annual beginning of the academic year student party, cross dressing, meeting new people, northern light hunting and saunas. So student overalls! Each faculty at the university have a specific colour of overalls that students wear ...
... as a second language. Pronunciation is just so different sometimes! It creates some strange conversations!
In my apartment I live on the first level with 3 other girls. Rita and Rachel, from Singapore, and Andrea from Spain. When I arrived, Rita and Rachel were cleaning the apartment furiously because (apparently) it had been left a mess. At first I was feeling a little overwhelmed by their need for cleanliness, but they keep us all organised ...
... the exhibition on the Northern lights, telling us what creates it and the many theories the Sami people believe it to be. Saw plenty of spectacular pictures showing the many colours which are created, seems fantastic but feel it would be slightly erie to see in person. Afterwards we strolled into town finding some local markets. Enjoyed a loverly piece of ...