Scuba Divers chasing Google Streetview Car
by Globetrotter on 11 February 2010EN
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These two Norwegian "Scuba Divers" (Børre Erstad and Paul Åge Olsen) are chasing Google's Streetview Car in their hometown Bergen.
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