HOW TO TRAVEL NORWAY – Worth Every $




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7 thoughts on “HOW TO TRAVEL NORWAY – Worth Every $

  1. My mother is from Norway and I have visited several times since I was a child. I, too, chuckled at your pronunciations, but from a place of understanding and love of Norway. Taking my husband next year and have planned almost the exact same itinerary! Thank you for giving me context to drive times – that was the great unknown! And also the tip about Airbnbs…will def check them out. Thank you!

  2. SEÑORES NO TODO LO QUE LA GENTE DICEN ES VERDAD. LA ONU , NOS QUIEREN PONER A ESTOS PAISES COMO UN AJEMPLO A SEGUIR,. CUANDO EN VERDAD NORUEGA ES UN PAIS COMUNISTA Y TIENE ALIANZAS CRIMINALES CON EL REGIMEN DE MADURO EN VENEZUELA, Y ADEMAS EL GOBIERNO DE NORUEGA ESTA FUERTEMENTE VINCULADO CON RUSIA Y EL NARCOTRAFICO.

  3. Norwegian diphtongs are hellish to learn, so you probably want to give up on that if you’re just touristing. But you usually pronounce the vowels, although sometimes they transition and things when spoken. Like Bergen. The locals pronounce the first “e” as “æ” and the second one as “e”. They mostly do this just to make fun of tourists I think. I can see no other purpose for it. You also always, always pronounce all the “r”s. To make up for this random simplicity in the Norwegian language, we make sure to pronounce those “r”s in about fifty different ways, depending on where in the country we live. Also just to make fun of tourists trying in vain to pronounce things, of course. We don’t have a lot of things to pass the time with up here. Making fun of tourists is one of the few things we do have.

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