See Norway // Why I want to…

moving_to_norway_0.jpgHello lovely readers. I want to say one thing before we start. I want to thank you all for visiting my blog, because my blog is seen in 15 countries in so far in 2016. It doesn’t sound like a lot, but it means the world to me!

I want to start a new catogory. In this catogory I’m explaining why I want see some countries or I want something to have or to do. I thought that it’s quite a fun idea. If you’re thinking the same way, please let me know in the comments down below.

In the first episode of this catogory, I’m explaining why I want to see Norway. I hope you like it and please keep on reading.

Norway has a beautiful landscape. At the most North point, you have mostly nothing but snow. If you go a bit more South, you come to a beautiful landscape full of fjords, forests and much more! The nature in Norway is rough, beautiful and untouched by the human hand.

The people in Norway are so kind and nice. They’re really open and they’re are ready to help you. Despite, that they are Norwegian, they speak really good English. The little kids in Norway learn English at primary school.


The language isn’t to hard to learn. Well, at least not for me. If you can do some German or Dutch, you can surely do some Norwegain.

  • ‘Jeg heter … (your name)’ means ‘My name is …(your name)’.
  • ‘God morgen’ means ‘Goodmorning’.
  • ‘Velkommen’ means ‘Welcome’.
See? It isn’t quite hard.