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Norwegian gathering/camping point?


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Written on: 25.06.2009 14:44
Aleksander
Posts: 6
I've always been told that norwegians tend to gather themselves around a certain camping site at the festival. Since the festival is mainly built around swedish and danish people it would be fun to stay at the same place as other norwegians. So I wont feel that alone and foreign icon_razz.gif

Anyone got some insight? Where is the unofficial norwegian cmaping site?
Written on: 25.06.2009 14:49
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
Dont see why they do... Danes are much more fun than norwegians!
I myself am English, but I`ve lived in Norway for 14 years
Written on: 25.06.2009 14:49
Fredde
Posts: 756
Aleksander skrev:

I've always been told that norwegians tend to gather themselves around a certain camping site at the festival. Since the festival is mainly built around swedish and danish people it would be fun to stay at the same place as other norwegians. So I wont feel that alone and foreign icon_razz.gif

Anyone got some insight? Where is the unofficial norwegian cmaping site?


I think that during the last few festivals that there have been MORE norweigans than swedes. And I have never heard of anything about norweigans gathering somewhere in particular.
You have your favourite places, no matter who's your neighbours.
Written on: 25.06.2009 14:52
Ace > The Coffin Camp
Posts: 402
camp C is the spot.
or west in general.
alot of Norwegians there.

and btw, the last two years, there have been more norwegians than swedes, and I guess this year, we'll out number them because of the currency exchange rate icon_razz.gif
Written on: 25.06.2009 14:57
Aleksander
Posts: 6
I like our scandinavian friends, but you cath my drift. It would be cool to stay at the same place, thats all. Other than that - I dont want to fuzz too much about it. But if it is a known place where norwegians tend to settle down it would be cool to maybe stay at the same place. We (my gf and I) are coming down the evening of the 29th so we probably wont find a spot near our other friends that travel down the 27th.

But really? More norwegians than swedes? I doubt it icon_razz.gif

Anyway, I'm really looking forward to the festival this year! Going to have a blast! If you are norwegian (or danish/swedish/english for that sake) and would like to hang out, join tents/camps, have a beer og whatnot - just send me an email og text at aeriksenme[dot]com or (+47) 930 72 505!

1, 2, 3 GO!
Written on: 25.06.2009 14:59
Aleksander
Posts: 6
The Coffin Camp skrev:

camp C is the spot.
or west in general.
alot of Norwegians there.

and btw, the last two years, there have been more norwegians than swedes, and I guess this year, we'll out number them because of the currency exchange rate icon_razz.gif


Huh, maybe its true then. More norwegians than swedes? I didn't get that image last year. But if it is so - NICE! Taking back our land (du-h icon_razz.gif).

Where will your camp be staying?

And thaks for the heads-up! Camp C is on my radar icon_smile.gif
Written on: 25.06.2009 15:30
Saturnus
Posts: 3047
I actually do think that Norwegians tend to mix less than almost any other nationality at Roskilde. That's my impression at least, and do know many Norwegians and understand norwegian (unlike most Danes, trust me on this).
Written on: 26.06.2009 00:59
Trude Troldmyr
Posts: 8
I see no reason for hanging out with people from your own country unless it's really far away. I don't go to Roskilde to meet fellow norwegians, but of course some of them are quite nice. If you're from Uganda, Korea or somewhere else really special, I'd say bring your nation's flag.

An easy way to spot a norwegian is when they come up to you and ask in english for a cigarette. I'm sure you'll be able to hook up with quite a few.

Ans I'm not telling where we're camping. icon_razz.gif
Written on: 27.06.2009 05:21
majormajormajor
Posts: 167
Saturnus wrote:

I actually do think that Norwegians tend to mix less than almost any other nationality at Roskilde. That's my impression at least, and do know many Norwegians and understand norwegian (unlike most Danes, trust me on this).


swedes are pretty cliquey...


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