posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 10:27 PM
Try some traditional foods in Norway, not just the commercial restaurant stuff. When I went to Mexico near Tucson Arizona, I went past the barriers
and got some really good cheap donuts. I got to talk to the people there, but most couldn't understand me and I couldn't understand them
either...Actually that was real fun.
When I went to the money exchange I bought an instant lottery ticket, I asked a guy walking down the street if it was a winner, it appeared to be. he
shook his head and walked away calling me a gringo, I tossed it in the garbage can on the street as I was thanking him, he looked back as I said
something to him. When I went in the bakery with the money I saw him pick it out and go into the exchange. I think It was ten thousand something,
maybe about twenty bucks. Hope he enjoyed it. They could now sell me the donuts now that they knew what to charge me. I got a bunch of bakery for
less than a buck. I was happy, even though I could not communicate with anybody there other than one woman in the exchange a little bit and a woman
in the back of the bakery who knew a little English. I gave the bakery workers a tip...Gave them an American Buck, they could go and get it
You gotta go into an Irish pub and drink a local beer for me.