Entries Tagged ‘Hunting’

Norwegian Wild Food

Food is very important in Norwegian culture, a proud part of their identity, however, food connoisseurs in Europe have always thought the Nordic countries lack quality and sophistication in their cuisine.  (Finland is always picked for the worst cuisine in Europe every year.) I find that the ideas behind food in Norway is very different […]

Saturday in the City: Market Square

The Market Square is in the centre of town and has a great view of the mainland mountains, the famous Arctic Cathedral and the worlds northern-most Cabel Car. During summer you can watch extreme sport lovers paragliding off the mountains in the back ground with their colourful parachutes. In the winter time the community often […]

The King Crab in Norway

In Finnmark you can go on a King Crab Safari if you have a diver’s licence – (and, if you want to brave the cold waters)…. My brother-in-law fished one out for us. Even though it wasn’t that big for a King Crab, I thought it best to admire from a distance.

Meet the Moose

I have fallen in love. Moose are the most gentlest creatures. I got up close and personal with one for the first time last week at our family trip to the Polar Zoo in Bardu. The moose is called Elk in Europe and Elg in Norway – but i like ‘moose’ best. Their average height […]

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