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17
Feb

Fact #29

Natural light is something very important around here, specially in Northern Norway. When buying a house, it is very important that is has big glass windows that allow the sun to come in!
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15
Feb

How is it to be an arctic guide in Norway

What possible exotic life do our guides have here in the arctic circle? How is their daily life? How did they end up this far north? We interviewed our guide Eduard, from Lituania. Here you will find an overview of how it is to be a guide in Norway 😊
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13
Feb

Fact #28

Have you ever heard of dugnads? It’s a neighbor gathering outside the main area where they reside, to fix small things in the area, painting, gardening, like community work, but always with coffee and waffles mixed!
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10
Feb

Fact #27

Fishing is an extreme LOVED activity around here. It’s quite common to see in social media, pictures of Norwegians holding the fishes that they just caught, like a trophy!
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06
Feb

Fact #26

Tattoos are quite common in Norway. For sure you will find many people here from different ages with tattoos.
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03
Feb

Fact #25

Sun beds are extremely used by Norwegians, from all ages and from both man and woman!
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30
Jan

Fact #24

The recycling colors here are probably different from the ones in your country. Here the red bags are for cards, the green for food compound, the blue to plastic and food metal cans and the black bags is for all the rest.
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27
Jan

Fact #23

Another word that you will hear here a lot is “slapper av” (relax). It is very important that a norwegian has time to slapper av! They will go home on purpose to do so: read a book, watch TV, lay down in the sofa, rest, etc.
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23
Jan

Fact #22

Wool clothing is highly appreciated here: socks, sweaters, underwear, scarfs, mittens, etc. Everywhere you can find wool clothes with Norwegian patters that look like Christmas pattern. They love it and wear it all year!
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