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Skummelt, spennende, frustrerende, litt mindre frustrerende. Om å flytte til en ny by.

Alle som har flyttet til en ny by har kjent på de mange følelsene som oppstår når hjernen ikke klarer å bestemme seg for om denne nye opplevelsen er mest spennende eller mest skremmende. 751 more words

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Knekkebrød with Brunost

Wasa+brown cheese, the prfect combination for an amazing snack. This cracker was created in Sweden but the cheese is from Norway, so is very easy to see people, here in Scandinavia eating this delicious meal.  186 more words

#Norway

The Butcher, The Baker And A Cheesemaker?

My first experience of Norwegian food was in England. This was not in a Norwegian restaurant but was a suggestion from my girlfriend to try… 669 more words

Norway

Norwegianization slip-up's do occur - Fornorsk feil skje noen ganger

Don’t tell me the Turkish immigrants I see everyday don’t eat doner kebabs.  My assimilation has me on a diet of knäckebröd, salmon, and… 36 more words

monthly favorites / May

Luminarc padziļinātie pusdienu šķīvjiPēc definīcijas tie paredzēti zupām, taču manā virtuvē tie šobrīd ir perfektie ikdienas šķīvji jebkurai ēdienreizei  – vidēja izmēra (ideāli, ja vēlies kontrolēt porcijas lielumu, jo lielos šķīvjos Tava porcija izskatīsies mazāka kāda tā ir patiesībā), ar nelielu padziļinājumu un, manuprāt, gaumīgu dizainu. 341 more words

FAVORITES

Takk for velkommen Norge

On May 8th, 2015 I spread my wings and caught the Gulf Stream, destination Oslo, Norway – a move that has been months in the making.   355 more words

Last Day in Tromsø

February 23, 2015.  After our long night chasing the Northern Lights, we slept until around 10 a.m., then dragged ourselves downstairs for a quick breakfast in our Smart Hotel lobby.   1,336 more words

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