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Published: October 12th 2015
What can possibly be crazier than a bunch of Serbs deciding to get to Norway by train with little money and plenty of homemade alcohol? Perhaps the fact that those same people were responsible for disrupting the order in Trondheim
, a perfectly maintained and organized city. The second day after our arrival there was an announcement stating that several unknown people brought alcohol to the famous student center. According to it they could have lost the license if the ‘problem’ persisted. Considering Norwegian prices and the age of participants it was the only logical thing to do, or at least that’s what I thought back then. It was my second time there, and I decided to prepare much better than the last time.
Unlike the previous time when I stayed in a student flat, this time I was assigned to a family, which meant I was able to experience living in a typical Norwegian household. For ten days I was part of a family consisting of a middle aged woman, her three kids and a huge dog. The five of them were living inside a large wooden overheated house with plenty of rooms, one for each child, plus a guestroom.
The center point of the house was a living room with a huge window and no curtains. Since there is not much sun, Scandinavian houses tend to have large windows and curtains are uncommon. Besides, nobody stares at someone else’s apartment.
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