Finding a camp can be challenging, and by this time of the year, placement is out, plans are firmed up and spaces rare. I did start a thread to let people know how to look, so you can follow the link and see what we say.
Right off, this time of year, I'd say start reading the threads in this subforum and be sure to look at the list of themecamps this year.
Particpating on the board might help. As people interact with you and (hopefully) grow to like you, they become more interested in having you in their camps.
Much as I hate to say it (because I'm no good at it myself) you are going to have to sell yourself better. And you are likely going to have to work for where you are staying, as well as the Scandinavian Camp. You might want to ask the Scandinavian Camp if they have any leads, actually. You might want to think about if and how much you are willing to pay into a camp. Many placed theme camps have dues, this allows for a communal infrastructure. Ordinarily, I point out the option of just showing up with your gear and meeting your neighbors, doing without an organized camp, but still having some on-playa support. But for people coming long distances, such as overseas, someone based closer becomes more important. You might try Doc Pyro's Barbie Death Camp and Wine Bistro Village. As far as I know (and others probably know more) that's the place putting most effort in welcoming foriegners into their camp. You might also try camps in AEZ (Alternative Energy Zone) and maybe even Hushville, villages that might be most interested in low carbon vehicles.
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