Norwegians like to say they were born with skis on their feet and this is not far from the truth.
I have learnt lots since moving here. For all you cold weather experts out there this may feel like common sense- but not to us from the South. In warmer climates we just do not think about these things. Ever! They are not common sense.
Of all my language discovery moments, the best are when English words are integrated into the Norwegian language, as is.
November in Norway is not just a catchy alliteration it is a notable slump in the year. It is the month of grey skies and in-between-seasonal weather that is hard to pretend does not affect you. It is probably what they researched when they defined seasonal affective disorder (SAD aka the winter blues) as a … Continue reading November rain
I love a good story. I always have. So when in company I keep a couple of good stories up my sleeve just in case the conversation goes dry. My best stories are my travel stories, I have many a tragic travel story - my closest friends can verify. The kind of stories that are … Continue reading Are you gonna go my way
I have been testing the blogging waters for some time now