Entries Tagged ‘Living’

Frozen Memories

The days are so sunny and bright, green and vibrant, awake.  It is hard to imagine that this landscape was once covered by a meter of snow.  Winter is a distant memory, almost forgotten.  It is only when I browse through my photos that I remember that life will change again very soon and all […]

Dry Fish Rack

Large wooden racks called hjell are for drying fish.

10 Tips on Surviving Norway

You need to have a certain personality to survive Norway.  I’m lucky, I enjoy my own company and can amuse myself, so the standard isolation as an ‘immigrant’ is quite perfect for me.  However, others who need social interaction have a much harder time of it.  Below are some tips (well, more like humorous tactics) especially […]

Concert Plugs

Being a dancer I go to a lot of concerts.  The locals here in Tromsø love to dance and often like to dress up for the occasion.  It was at this Swing dance party that I discovered an odd but ingenious method of dancing the night away without the ringing in your ears the next […]

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