Uschlo S

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Well first day: Friday. I went to the first lesson and then I drove 5 hours with the train south, to Oslo. Of course I forgot my mobile and because I told the people from STS I will come with bus, we couldn’t find each other. So I just went to ask some people and in the end, 2 really nice guys showed me everything. They went with me to get a ticket with the metro and told me where to get out, so I was saved, thanks to them. After a while everybody was in the Office and we went together to have a look in a sculpture-park.

Then we went bying pizza. We ate it in the office, then we watched a movie and went to the place where we slept. By the way, are the Germans that scary? It was Halloween and I met several people going to a party. His girlfriend was a bloody nurse, hmm what did we wrong?

Saturday: We went up a Jumptower, the area is called Holmekollen.  It is over 100 meter high and there are some jumpingmatches during wintertime. Normally you have the best view ever over Oslo, but that is what we got.

Then we had freetime, they all went togehter to visit another parc, but I wanted to get a book, because mine is almost empty, so I went to a bookstore before we met again in the Hard Rock Cafe. Just that you know, I have right know Dèja Vu, even if that could have never happend before. So I had a vegetarien burger, but I’m gonna talk about that in the food section. In the evening we went bowling And I was the best one. I just put a picture in to proof. You need to look above the big one (Angela)

In the evening we went to a restaurant again to a restaurant and ate something. Afterwards we went to our sleeping place.

Sunday: We went a bit through the city, to a new big house where they sell only food ( also German stuff ) and to the harbour, then we brough the people that left around one o Clock to the train station. My train was coming at 4 o Clock, so I had some time. The 2 STS people and Vilma, an exchangestundent, and one that was in Australia last year and me of course, we went to Fridays to eat something. Then Vilma left because her boat was coming and at 4 I sat in the train, to get back to my hostfamilie.

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The 1st of October

Well todays the first of october, what does that mean? Maybe nothing to you, probably nothing to me, so why do I write a post about it. Just because I’m bored, no. There is a reason and that is my class. When I heard that I can have german in my new school it didn’t took me a long time until I said yes, maybe a few seconds.

But what is now the special october thing, well in october we have a celebration that is called Oktoberfest. In the place where I live we do not celebrate , I am from the north west part of germany. And the part that made a a little chukle is following. First: in my school nearly everybody is able to say Ich liebe dich, they pronounce it like „Isch libe disch“ and nobodys nows the real meaning of it.                                                                                                     The second thing: the octoberfest. In my germanclass they all know about it, and they thought this is the only celebration in germany. They know how they look, what they do, when it starts, when it ends and all the other uninteresting things. They asked me if I ever drunk selfmade beer(by the way, I am allowed to drink beer with 16 in germany),but no I didn’t. I never thought about this story my entire live.

What is my facit about the mind of my classmates about germans is. I guess they think germns are loving each other on what way ever, and they are always drinkin beer. I never thought about it that way, but those exchange years should open your mind and bring new opinions. On what way ever.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octoberfest so you can informate yourself about beer drinking germans.