It’s May! The month that seems to have all the holidays in Norway. If you don’t travel this month, you won’t be seeing many public holidays until Christmas….eeek. If you feel like you are a bit late on the holiday planning, let me suggest some last minute deals for couples on a budget. I calculated […]Read More May Travel Deals from Trondheim
Last Easter weekend I had some family over and I was stumped for ways to entertain them. We wanted to do something other than the city center and museums. Thankfully, a friend suggested Åre and it turned out to be quite a pleasant day trip. The Destination: Åre is a beautiful and extremely popular ski […]Read More Day Trip to Åre, Sweden from Trondheim, Norway
I did not know how much I relied on Groupon until I had to buy a massage voucher for a friend as a present. In the US, I would instinctively turn to Groupon to find a deal on spa services but what to do in Norway? After a whole day of web searching and redditing for […]Read More Alternative to Groupon
Velkommen to Trondheim! My husband and I recently moved to Trondheim from Finland. I am mesmerised by the city’s beauty every day. Tag along with me as I discover what Trondheim has to offer for work, fun and family.Read More Welcome to Trondheim!
Public transportation in Norway is expensive….but so is everything else. Here are my 5 tips to save money if you plan on taking the bus in Trondheim.Read More 5 Tips to Save Money on Bus
If you plan on staying in Norway for a while, it’s best to learn norsk. You can get away with speaking English in Trondheim but you won’t experience a true connection with Norwegians without learning their language. Learning norsk is also a requirement for the Norwegian permanent residency and it’s a prerequisite for most jobs. It’s better to learn the language sooner rather than later.Read More Learning Norsk