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I'm Moving to Norway

I’m Moving to Norway!

I'm Moving to Norway 

What a week! I got the most amazing news. The Norwegian university of my choice has accepted my application. So that means I am officially moving to Norway for half a year!

norway fjord

A Hectic Week
It took some organising and then a lot of waiting. But finally, my admission at the university is all arranged. Flash forward one week and my plane tickets are bought, subrenting my room is almost arranged and I have applied for courses to follow. Now things are definitely starting to become real!


Making the Most of the Experience

I have been dreaming of going to Norway for years now. When I was seventeen and visited the city of Trondheim with my parents I already knew I wanted to study there for at least part of my study. And now that dream is finally coming true! To push myself to really make the most of my stay, I have drawn up a to-do list. That way I will be sure to experience as much of the area as possible. And of course, I will just see what comes my way. You can never plan everything ahead. But anyway, I have made a to-do list, and of course I will keep you updated on the progress every now and then!

to do in trondheim2

Any Norwegian Readers?

Of course, this is a list put together on the basis of some tourist brochures and websites. I’m sure actual people from Trondheim, or Norway in general, will have a far better idea on how to experience Norwegian life to the fullest. So if you are Norwegian, or happen to know anyone who is, please let me know! I will be happy to hear both advice, warnings and just nice messages from Norway.

trondheim houses

Have you ever been to Trondheim, or do you live there right now?


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  • Reply Joann Richards

    You made a great list. I am sure that you will fall in love with this country. It is amazing! Keep posting. I am curious how is going :)Don`t forget to take an adapter for your gadgets. Best regards!

    Wednesday October 14th, 2015 at 04:04 PM
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  • Reply Wandering Justin

    That’s great news! I’d love to live in Norway. I don’t think I got to Trondheim … but I’ve been in Oslo, Lillehammer, Bergen and a bunch of small towns.

    I’m a first-time visitor … where are you from? I imagine if you’re from another Nordic country, you’ll adapt even faster than someone like me from the southwest US!

    Wednesday December 3rd, 2014 at 03:43 PM
    • Reply Inge

      It’s such a beautiful country, you are lucky to have been there as well!
      I am from the Netherlands, so I think I will indeed adapt faster than you would. Although after all your travels, you might be used to quite a lot, right?

      Wednesday December 3rd, 2014 at 04:41 PM
      • Reply Wandering Justin

        I can adapt pretty well. The cold weather might be a challenge, but the Nordic countries have such a great way of life that I’d be willing to overcome it.

        I’ve looked around your blog and really like your content. I’ll visit often!

        Thursday December 4th, 2014 at 02:24 AM

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