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Me in front of the DFDS Ferry

Taking the ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo (Mini Cruise)

I love visiting Copenhagen, and I hate to leave this great city, but knowing I’m heading up to Oslo on an enjoyable mini-cruise makes it a whole lot easier to head back home. This time…

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Tram in Oslo

How to Use Public Transportation in Oslo (a guide)

Are you visiting Oslo? Most likely you’re wondering how to get around to explore the many sights and attractions that Oslo has to offer. There are many ways to get around, Oslo is very walkable,…

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Me on a fjord cruise in Oslo

Enjoy a 2 hour Fjord Cruise in Oslo

When in Oslo, do like the locals and go out on the Oslo fjord. I think one of my top recommendations for Oslo, no matter what time of the year, would be to go on…

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Enjoy Sauna by the Oslo Fjord

The last years in Oslo, floating saunas have been popping up all along the waterfront. It’s become a very popular activity with both the locals and visitors. Combined with a swim in the fjord, its…

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Pal looking at Lefse on a plate

How to make Pancakes Norwegian Style

Pannekaker, or Norwegian Pancakes are similar to the French crepe. They are thin and sweet, and often filled with some kind of jam, sugar or Nugatti. Don’t know what Nugatti is? Keep on reading to…

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Pål showing you all of the things to do and welcoming you to Bergen in western Norway

Top six things to do in Bergen

I love Bergen and I’ve visited numerous times. This salty town on the Norwegian west coast is one of my favorite places to travel to in Norway. From Oslo I usually go by train with…

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Driving Hardangervidda from Oslo to Bergen

All roads lead to Bergen.. Well, at least (almost) from Oslo they do. Whether you drive the Southern route E134, the Northern route 55 or straight west on the National Road 7. Rent a car…

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Sailing the Southern Coast of Norway

Summer 2021 was finally here, and Gabrielle (my girlfriend), myself and Lyra our Albin Vega sailboat, were all set and ready to go explore this pristine part of Norway! In Norwegian we call the southern…

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Hiking & Camping in Norway – What you need to know

Ut på tur, aldri sur. Out on a hike, never grumpy. This is a well known Norwegian saying, and spending time in nature is a big part of the Norwegian identity. Many people here in…

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Trollstigen – The most spectacular road in Norway?

Norway got many spectacular mountain roads, but this road might be the most spectacular of them all. Trollstigen (stige means ladder in Norwegian) is situated north of the Geiranger fjord and just south of the…

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