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What can you get for 1 US dollar in Norway?

The short answer is: not much. A postcard? No. Stamp to send your postcard anywhere (even inside Norway)? No. A bottle of water to drink? No. A spool of thread? No. Any fresh baked goods that is made from more … Continue reading

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Our place in the world

Norway is a very very small country, with a very very VERY big ego. Yes, I know, we are rated as the best country to live in in the world, every single year by the UN, and that just makes … Continue reading

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Working Norwegians

Work for Norwegians it’s mostly about management, paper pushing, or the creative stuff. Norwegians are very spoiled, and eastern European people flock into our country to do the work that no one here want to do. If it’s not fun … Continue reading

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Shopping from inside Norway

We are a nation of eBay addicts. Or, we are becoming one, more an more people are braving the world of Paypal and eBay, and other online shops like amazon.com and play.com. Getting stuff into Norway is no problem, but … Continue reading

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Shopping inside Norway

Let me just start with saying that shopping in Norway is a BAD idea. You should not visit this country with a filled wallet expecting to have something great to bring back, because you will spend most of your money … Continue reading

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