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An embarrassed Norwegian in Gran Canaria: The Scandinavian “Colony”

25 September, 2014 1 Comment


When I first arrived to Gran Canaria, I was disappointed. Furthermore, I felt embarrassed of being Norwegian. But luckily the trip turned out for the better.


Guest Blog: Svalbard, On Top of the World

14 September, 2014 10 Comments


This week’s guest blog is written by my dear friend Kristine Langenes. Read about her exciting trip to Svalbard.


My First Europe Trip

11 September, 2014 4 Comments


I didn’t always enjoy travelling and see new places, as much as today. Here is a short description of my first – Europe Trip!

The Sami: Indigenous of Norway

20 August, 2014 6 Comments


The indigenous people of Norway, called the Sami people, were for a long time oppressed and their culture was in danger of dying out. Today the Sami stand stronger than most aboriginal people in the world. Having their own flag, parliament, and independence day. Furthermore, they have preserved aspects of their interesting culture, like clothes, language and music.

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