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... in an adjacent store, after which the sun peeked out long enough for me to stop and dry my things out.
I got the ferry, then (tried to) follow the North Sea Cycle Route past Fredrikstad. I ended up doubling-back a bunch, losing the NSCR and generally wasting time trying to get past this city.
Eventually, I found a large park/wilderness area just north of Fredrikstad and camped next to a large pretty lake.
(Sorry, no pictures today -- blame the ...
... and Plaid shirt I realize that Odd ( the father of the house) looked to be dressed for a wedding. I asked him if I should be wearing something nice as well and he said it would be a good idea. So I quickly run to the shower and get changed into my best clothes. Unfortunately my best clothes are a green golf shirt and black pants and as I come back down to eat breakfast I see that everyone else was wearing white. But after I made in inquiry about getting changed again ...
... and made three phone calls but eventually had to admit defeat saying that everyone in Norway has a washing machine – have done for years, so there is no call for a laundrette. She did refer us to a dry cleaners cum laundry, but they wanted 65 NOK a kilo to wash, dry and fold our bedding, towels and smalls, that would work out at over £40 for the bag – so I guess tomorrow’s challenge is ...
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From Stockholm to Dublin
By Robert Reinpold
As the Norwegian winter draws to a
close, melting snow and chirping birds bring renewed enthusiasm to
the students of the American College of Norway. With the transition
into spring comes warm, sunny weather, longer days, and an
The Nordic life of a North Dakotan
By Robert Reinpold
Recently I've come to realize that
whoever said that time passes quickly when your having fun was a wise
person. As the days grow longer, the time seems to pass faster and
faster. It's hard to believe that more than six weeks have passed
since my study abroad experience began here in Moss, Norway. The
semester is now a third done, but it feels like only yesterday that ...