N O R W A Y

Back when I was in performing arts school one of my classmates sang a beautiful song from an operetta called "Song of Norway."  At that time I never imagined myself going to Norway but a couple of years later "Norway" was beckoning  to me and I knew I just had to go there.

I went to the local library and checked out a book called "International Job Guide." I was thrilled when I found a listing of temporary jobs in Norway. I applied with an organization in Oslo and a few weeks later a farmer from Kristiansand contacted me about a three month position working on his farm resort. I would work about 40 hours a week and in exchange I would get to live in a beautiful house near the sea with my own room, have home cooked meals and get paid a weekly salary. How could I refuse an offer like that? So off to Norway I went.

Norway is clean and safe, the people are friendly, the food is fresh and delicious, the scenery is stunning, there are lots of outdoor activities to enjoy but Norway is an expensive country. I guess that's the price one has to pay to live in a country that's practically perfect.

In my next post I'll write about all the things to see and do in Scandinavian NORWAY.


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