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Bloodgartham

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#161 - Yea.. that's because Lenin changed it to his way, hence Lenini… 08/18/2015 on I still think he was a... 0
#148 - Sandefjord. 2 hours south of Oslo. Oslo is nice, but is not wh…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/17/2015 on English is not my native... 0
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#149 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
I don't plan on going just there, I never just go to one city in whatever country I stay That will defeat the purpose of going backpacking . But I will definately be staying there for a few days.

I was just curious, I plan these trips for once a year, and I want to get as much info as I can from locals. Currently, I have a plan to visit Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark for a week respectively. I want to get Iceland in there but it's quite expensive to get there.
#146 - Don't JUST go to Oslo. Don't go to just Oslo alone, too many p…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/17/2015 on English is not my native... 0
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#147 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Well I never go alone, that's another tip, never go alone, go with a friend or a group of friends.

Are you from Oslo or around the area? I know it's a big city and it has it bad sides, but I have heard so many good things when I go to Europe about Norway.
#148 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Sandefjord. 2 hours south of Oslo. Oslo is nice, but is not what Norway has to offer. If you go to Norway for Oslo you might as well go to any other generic big city.
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#149 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
I don't plan on going just there, I never just go to one city in whatever country I stay That will defeat the purpose of going backpacking . But I will definately be staying there for a few days.

I was just curious, I plan these trips for once a year, and I want to get as much info as I can from locals. Currently, I have a plan to visit Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark for a week respectively. I want to get Iceland in there but it's quite expensive to get there.
#144 - If you go to Norway, go up North, don't just go to Oslo! …  [+] (5 new replies) 08/17/2015 on English is not my native... 0
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#145 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Why not Oslo? I was actually really looking forward to going there.

Backpacking can be daunting at first, but once you do it, it becomes almost like an addiction
It's all about planning and research. Europe is pretty backpacking friendly, lot's of public showers and shelters. The most important part is planning your routes and how to get to them, setting up a budget and sticking to it. I also like to have a phone when I go, so I usually buy a cheap prepaid once Im there just to have something for emergencies.
#146 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Don't JUST go to Oslo. Don't go to just Oslo alone, too many people ake that mistake. Go see some fjords and nature and birds pooping.
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#147 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Well I never go alone, that's another tip, never go alone, go with a friend or a group of friends.

Are you from Oslo or around the area? I know it's a big city and it has it bad sides, but I have heard so many good things when I go to Europe about Norway.
#148 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Sandefjord. 2 hours south of Oslo. Oslo is nice, but is not what Norway has to offer. If you go to Norway for Oslo you might as well go to any other generic big city.
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#149 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
I don't plan on going just there, I never just go to one city in whatever country I stay That will defeat the purpose of going backpacking . But I will definately be staying there for a few days.

I was just curious, I plan these trips for once a year, and I want to get as much info as I can from locals. Currently, I have a plan to visit Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark for a week respectively. I want to get Iceland in there but it's quite expensive to get there.
#138 - Oh was just wondering. Not from the US myself but was going to…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/17/2015 on English is not my native... 0
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#140 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
I've been to Spain I have family there. , England, Scotland, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, and Russia.

I go backpacking for a month at a time, gives me lot's of time to travel and see new things as well as being easy on my wallet. This year I spend about 1 week in Netherlands, another in Belgium and the last two in England.

I planning on going to the Scandinavian countries next year, since I've never been, and I've always wanted to.
#144 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
If you go to Norway, go up North, don't just go to Oslo!

Btw, any tips on backpacking? Never done it, but got osme time between the coming months.
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#145 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Why not Oslo? I was actually really looking forward to going there.

Backpacking can be daunting at first, but once you do it, it becomes almost like an addiction
It's all about planning and research. Europe is pretty backpacking friendly, lot's of public showers and shelters. The most important part is planning your routes and how to get to them, setting up a budget and sticking to it. I also like to have a phone when I go, so I usually buy a cheap prepaid once Im there just to have something for emergencies.
#146 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Don't JUST go to Oslo. Don't go to just Oslo alone, too many people ake that mistake. Go see some fjords and nature and birds pooping.
User avatar
#147 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Well I never go alone, that's another tip, never go alone, go with a friend or a group of friends.

Are you from Oslo or around the area? I know it's a big city and it has it bad sides, but I have heard so many good things when I go to Europe about Norway.
#148 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Sandefjord. 2 hours south of Oslo. Oslo is nice, but is not what Norway has to offer. If you go to Norway for Oslo you might as well go to any other generic big city.
User avatar
#149 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
I don't plan on going just there, I never just go to one city in whatever country I stay That will defeat the purpose of going backpacking . But I will definately be staying there for a few days.

I was just curious, I plan these trips for once a year, and I want to get as much info as I can from locals. Currently, I have a plan to visit Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark for a week respectively. I want to get Iceland in there but it's quite expensive to get there.
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#35 - Are you from the US?  [+] (12 new replies) 08/17/2015 on English is not my native... 0
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#109 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Sure am, from Kansas.
#138 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Oh was just wondering. Not from the US myself but was going to ask you where in Europe you've been so far. The reason is just out of curiosity.
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#140 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
I've been to Spain I have family there. , England, Scotland, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, and Russia.

I go backpacking for a month at a time, gives me lot's of time to travel and see new things as well as being easy on my wallet. This year I spend about 1 week in Netherlands, another in Belgium and the last two in England.

I planning on going to the Scandinavian countries next year, since I've never been, and I've always wanted to.
#144 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
If you go to Norway, go up North, don't just go to Oslo!

Btw, any tips on backpacking? Never done it, but got osme time between the coming months.
User avatar
#145 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Why not Oslo? I was actually really looking forward to going there.

Backpacking can be daunting at first, but once you do it, it becomes almost like an addiction
It's all about planning and research. Europe is pretty backpacking friendly, lot's of public showers and shelters. The most important part is planning your routes and how to get to them, setting up a budget and sticking to it. I also like to have a phone when I go, so I usually buy a cheap prepaid once Im there just to have something for emergencies.
#146 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Don't JUST go to Oslo. Don't go to just Oslo alone, too many people ake that mistake. Go see some fjords and nature and birds pooping.
User avatar
#147 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
Well I never go alone, that's another tip, never go alone, go with a friend or a group of friends.

Are you from Oslo or around the area? I know it's a big city and it has it bad sides, but I have heard so many good things when I go to Europe about Norway.
#148 - Bloodgartham (08/17/2015) [-]
Sandefjord. 2 hours south of Oslo. Oslo is nice, but is not what Norway has to offer. If you go to Norway for Oslo you might as well go to any other generic big city.
User avatar
#149 - triene (08/17/2015) [-]
I don't plan on going just there, I never just go to one city in whatever country I stay That will defeat the purpose of going backpacking . But I will definately be staying there for a few days.

I was just curious, I plan these trips for once a year, and I want to get as much info as I can from locals. Currently, I have a plan to visit Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark for a week respectively. I want to get Iceland in there but it's quite expensive to get there.
#102 - anon (08/17/2015) [-]
If you live in California, being able to decipher broken english is basically a unwritten job requirement.
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#106 - hoponthefeelstrain (08/17/2015) [-]
nothing pisses me off more when people come to live here and they don't take the time to learn english. I work retail and I know basic spanish and arabic (a few numbers, colors and sizes) just because so many of those costumers come in and don't know a lick of english. I feel worse for my spanish coworker who doesn't speak spanish because they always walk up to her ad assume she knows and when she doesn't they get mad.
What's worse is when someone works customer service in an american coutry and they don't speak english either.
#129 - insanefreak (08/17/2015) [-]
That's not only there mate. Here in Belgium we got THREE languages that are officially ours. We got a Flemish part with Flemish (kinda like Dutch), a Walloon (French) part, and a German part.

The amount of time people have tried to speak to me in Arabic or some other weird language is baffling. I mean, use French. Use German. Use English, I understand and speak all of that to varying degrees, but why, why speak a language nobody understands, when you're living in that country?
#23 - That music made me instantly think of Notre Dame in Time Splitters 2 08/16/2015 on Jesus Kickin' Some Game 0