David H wrote:Actually no, I didn't know you had a blog. Several years go I spent some time exploring the Lofoten Islands, then took the Hurtigruten up to Tromso for a short taste of civilization before I contiuned on to Vardo, then got off and hitch hiked down to Karrasjok, Kautokeno, and so on (I'd met some ecology students at the university at Tromso who said I needed to do that.)
I really loved Tromso! It's the only town in the far north with an old town,(that's how I recognized your picture) little folk music clubs, the feel of a university town, and the friendliness of a far-northern town. You're very lucky to call it home!
how cool xD didn't know you had been here, the world just gets smaller and smaller, how great that you enjoyed your stay ^^ I like it here too so I guess I'm lucky to call it home.
Baltimore, what's up with Baltimore? is it ... I think it sounds nice, they have a middle earth there, right?
Norc wrote:Baltimore, what's up with Baltimore? is it ... I think it sounds nice, they have a middle earth there, right?
Baltimore has a lot of crime (particularly problems with murder and drugs), though I don't think it's as bad now as it used to be. It also has some of the same problems of inner city decay as many U.S. cities (and not-cities, for that matter), but it's also been successfully revitalized in a number of places. It just still has a bad reputation for being a dangerous and unpleasant place, something that I sometimes joke about, but that's not really a fair assessment if you're trying to be serious. There are a lot of interesting places to visit and things to do both in the city itself and in the broader metro area.
aaah.. I see not much crime here, some, but not much
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