Norwegian drivers. I’m generalising here, but why don’t they know how to use indicators (especially on roundabouts)? And why don’t they know how to drive two-lane roads and keep hogging the passing lane (even when the right lane is completely empty)? It is really not that difficult, people!
After 3,5 years of living in Norway, these are some things I love about Norway! Lånekassen From the moment I heard that Norwegian students have several options to start flight training, including the public University of Tromsø School of Aviation, and Lånekassen funding for private flight schools, I thought “How lucky are these Norwegian kids!”Of … More Great things about Norway
For those who have been reading my blog posts, you know that I have not been that happy living in Norway. Being an “appendix” to Pachal in a way, not having a real career or purpose of my own, with my own flight training plans being delayed and cancelled… Well, things are finally looking up! … More Onward and upward!
They claim businesses cannot remove reviews, so why would your honest and legitimate reviews be hidden? If you know the answer, let me know. I recently found out that almost half of my reviews were hidden. I updated one of them to see if that would help, but it doesn’t. I’m still trying to find … More Is Google Maps hiding your reviews?
This week, amidst the terrible things that are happening around the world, we got the news that we are expected to move back to our previous base at Torp Sandefjord Airport with less than a month’s notice. This, while all legal notice periods are at least three months. How nice to be moved around like … More No(r)way, not again…
What makes you happy? It’s usually the little things in life that make you feel happy. I realise that I had something like that in most places I lived (and some travelled). Sweet little things that make life just a little bit sweeter, every day! The Netherlands – patat en frikandel speciaalHong Kong – egg … More Sweet little things
I am moving for the 30th time this week! I can get used to the idea of moving all the time, but the process remains tedious. Each time, I hate how much stuff we have. The more you have, the more annoying and costly it is to move. I miss the days where I could … More The 12 best and worst places to live
Did you receive a parking ticket in Norway? You are certainly not alone.Never in my life have I received a parking ticket, but in Norway we have received at least half a dozen in less than two years. When talking to colleagues about this, they all can relate. Tickets are written easily and sometimes unfairly. … More Parking tickets in Norway
Review: 1/5 stars. Do not recommend. Would give 0 stars if possible. I never wanted to go to court and I never thought my first time in court would be outside of my domestic jurisdiction. I love law for the legal content; the arguments and the reasoning. Not so much the pleading, which is probably … More Going to court in Norway
A story about finding our puppy involving breeder wars, Mattilsynet and Toll, flights in the time of Corona, and finally travelling home. The process of getting a dog is usually a long one – as it should be. You take time to decide whether it’s the right time to bring home a dog, decide on … More Bringing a puppy home from Cyprus to Norway