days 9&10- siste dagene av turen❤
Once we arrived in Lillehammer, we went to the place we were staying for the night- an old converted barn- to drop off our stuff. We then went to dinner at a farm where we enjoyed our last night together.
After we got back from dinner, we spent the night altogether signing eachother’s flags and starting to say our goodbyes to one another. Sara made a speech and we all cried like babies lol
The next day we packed up from our last hytte (the barn lol) and went to hunderfossen, a little amusement park in Lillehammer.
We only had two hours there, but there wasn’t too many rides so we had enough time there to enjoy ourselves. We went on a rollercoaster, a viking ship ride, some go carts, and this haunted house thing that you walk through and the get strapped into, and then start going up super slow then drop down super fast in the dark.
For lunch, we ate tacos at the amusement park and i had my first guacamole in a longggg time. After we left to go home and started dropping everybody off to go home.
At Oslo S the last exchange students apart from Kali and I got off the bus, and we said our last goodbye to some of our best friends.
Saying goodbye was definitely one of the hardest things I’ve had to do this year, especially after being with the other exchange students for 10 days straight. The exchange students have become family this year, and we’ve been through this whole year together through everything from learning our first norwegian words at intro camp, to suffering on cold ski trips during winter camp. I can’t imagine my life without these people, and they were definitely the best part of this year.
Overall, Norgestur was the most fun trip I’ve ever been on, and the whole trip the mood was super positive and we enjoyed ourselves. I will always remember norgestur as some of the best days of my life❤