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... and shirts that said "Norway=Free Palestine". Didn't seem too rioty, and the police were there. There was also the Oslo jazz festival going on!
I stopped by the train station to exchange my kroners for dollars. I made a mistake of pulling out way too much money from the ATM, so I had like $300 worth of Norwegian money left. You don't want this to happen because you lose a lot when you exchange money back. Like when you exchange dollars to kroner, it's like ...
... though but it was nice the let me go at 3:30pm so i went for a walk for a little bit there was a few street performers down the road that I saw they were cool
I believe this is a good volunteering activity because the festival needs help and its a good learning experience as you need to be versatile to do certain things. it was a little bit of a struggle seeing as i only know a few Norwegian words
... old man carrying someone who was sick, possibly his brother and so on. After the park it was close to lunch time and we were both getting pretty hungry so we went to the supermarket. While we were at the shops, it made sense that we get everything we needed for the trip to Bergen as well as dinner that night. Sverre went off and got all the food he needed for lunch dinner and camping. I was a bit shocked since I thought we were getting food together that we would share, like ...
... seems quite content to be Oslo, which is a pretty awesome city to be! As far as tourists go, Oslo has all the attractions you'd want - cool museums covering everything from classical to modern art, from the traditional Norwegian way of life to current Scandinavian design, everything nautical from the Vikings on up to modern watercraft, and pretty much anything cool and cultured that you'd want to experience. Add on top of that all the beautiful verdant parks, pedestrian ...
... The road climbed higher and higher until we were overlooking the city and the harbor. The first stop was the ski jump. Considered to be the cradle of ski jumping in Norway, it was the site of the 1952 Olympic competition. It was a very impressive – very high and is only used by true experts. Like many other places we have visited, they had a zip-line from the top (no, we didn’t do it) and a simulator. There was time for a brief ...