When the weather in Cornwall is as nice has it has been today, and a few days lately, all the students come out of their hiding-spots and gather on the grass on campus. Most of the time I usually hang out with my flatmates or my “usual” group of friends, but sometimes it is nice to find some of my other Norwegian friends and have a nice catch-up.
Travelling obstacles, or beautiful scenery?
For Christmas I brought one of my best friends from University back to Norway. She is from Tuscon in Arizona, and it was really exciting to show her around as our nature is obviously quite different from the dessert. I also brought her with me for spring break, and that was when I finally realized how I have not really looked around and thought:
I am so lucky
Ørsta // Møre og Romsdal // Norway
Somewhere in the midst of Norway you’re able to find a small, but beautiful town, called Ørsta. This is where I am from.
There is about 10,000 people in my town, and most of us already know each other, or someone’s brother/sister/parents.
Ørsta is bigger than what the picture shows, as it only show the “centre” part of it. There are smaller places in Ørsta that have different names, and the dialect tend to differ as to where you live, but only a little bit.