A typical Norwegian thing is brunost or brown cheese!
Before moving to Norway I heard a lot about Norwegians. From people that weren’t Norwegians, of course 🙂
Norwegian Constitution Day (Nasjonaldagen, Grunnlovsdagen, syttende mai) is the national day of Norway and is an official public holiday celebrated on May 17 each year.
A couple of days ago I celebrated my one year anniversary living in Oslo, so I think I can tell a bit more about the Norwegian weather.
Breakfast (frokost) is the most important meal of the day so here are a couple of things that you can find on a Norwegian dining table.
Easter holidays in Norway are a big thing, but not for religious reasons (the research from two years ago said that only one third of the population believed in God), but more for practical reason.
What does Norway and a king penguin has in common? Especially one particular penguin.
What does Christmas mean for you? This was the title of a chapter in my Norwegian language book and there were some very interesting thoughts about that. The usual answers were: family, Christmas tree, presents, snow….I say food. And stress 🙂
Everybody loves shopping. Well, alright, not everybody, but most of the people. But even those rare ones love sales and when you combine outlet and sale you have yourself a small trip to Norwegian outlet.
Små ting or small things that I noticed in my six months of continuous living in Oslo, Norway.