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  • Roommate

    19 year old french guy, looking for a flatshare in Oslo

    Hi, I'm a french student in France ,and I found my internship in OHOI in Oslo. I am looking for a flatshare in the center of Oslo from end of April to early July. I'm a really polite and calm person. I speak english pretty well even if I'm french lol. I'm trying to save...

    in Roommates Oslo, 3 days ago
  • Roommate

    I am a 21 years old french girl, sociology student, and I'm looking for an accommodation in Oslo !

    Hi everyone ! I'm a a french sociology student, i'm living and studying in Montreal. I'm going to do an exchange with UiO for the first semester of next year (august to december 2018). I'm a very sociable person who loves to discover new ways of life, I can't wait to...

    in Roommates Oslo, 17 days ago
  • Experience

    Living 3 month in Norway

    After living in Sweden last year, I decided to realize an internship for 3 months in Oslo. The beauty of the Scandinavian country really attracted me and Norwaywilderness called me. Not knowing anything about this country I decided to live in its capital : Oslo. My...

    0 by Chloe in Erasmus experiences Oslo, 21 days ago
  • Accommodation

    Gimle/Elisenberg: Sjøutsikt! Stille loftsrom i luksuriøs leilighet

    Rommet har sjøutsikt til Oslofjorden, Bygdøy og Nesodden.Rommet ligger sydvendt og lyst i loftsetasjen i en meget stor to-etasjes leilighet i Elisenbergveien ved Gimle/Frogner kirke. Leiligheten er i 2013 totalrehabilitert (for ca kr 2 millioner) til høy...

  • Experience

    Oslo: An unforgettable adventure

    What degree are you studying/did you study, and at which university? In which course are you now and which Erasmus course did you do? I’m studying for a degree in Biochemistry and Biomedical Science, at the University of Valencia. I went in the last year (4th year) of...

    0 by Rachel in Erasmus experiences Oslo, one month ago
  • Job

    Mystery shopper

    Download Roamler app and start earning money from today as a mystery shopper. We have currently a lot of tasks in the main cities of the country that need to be performed as soon as possible. They are worth a minimum of 150nok or more depending on how long does it take....

    in Student jobs Trondheim, one month ago
  • Place

    Lista Beach

    Who doenst want to go to the beach in the summer? Feeling the wind blowing on your skin, smelling the ocean, spotting ocean life, walking along sanddunes, and picking some shells. This is all possible at Lista Beach near Farsund. However, there is another special...

    by Sanne in What to do Farsund, one month ago
  • Place

    Farsund Resort

    Wauw, a breathtaking holiday resort by itself, and the location. Unreal! It is so quite around the park, and the park itself is so luxury and cute. It has the feeling of a little harbour town to it, with harbour houses, that are beautiful from the outside and the...

    by Sanne in What to do Farsund, one month ago
  • Blog

    Farsund

    The journey to Farsund The fist official destination in Norway. After traveling through Germany, Denmark and taking the boat to Kristiansand in Norway, we finally arrived at Farsund after 1.5 day of traveling. It felt weird being back in Denmark again, seeing the...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Farsund, one month ago
  • Place

    Akershus Festning

    A great way to discover Oslo and enjoy a beautiful summer day or night. Akerhus Fortress. The fortress was completed in the 1300s, I have been told. It was build to protect the city of Oslo. The fortress gives a great view over the popular Aker Brygge, Oslo city, the...

    by Sanne in What to see Oslo, one month ago
  • Place

    Karl Johans Gate

    Karl Johans Gate is the main street of Oslo. Several restaurants, shops, shopping centres and malls, bars, cafes and hotels can be found in this street. It is really vibrant and beautiful. The biggest concert venues are also located here. The street retches from the...

    by Sanne in What to do Oslo, one month ago
  • Place

    Bryggen

    Bryggen is one of the most famous streets in Bergen. It is even listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It consists of old trade houses from ancient times. It is a lovely place to walk around. With colourful facades in a rustic style. You can eat great fish at the...

    by Sanne in What to see Bergen, one month ago
  • Place

    Mount Floyen

    On a sunny day, this is the place to go. In Bergen it rains a lot throughout the year, over 240 days of rain per year! That is a lot, and Bergen is famous for it. Mount Floyen is one of the beautiful mountains that the city is surrounded by. You can take an adventurous...

    by Sanne in What to see Bergen, one month ago
  • Place

    Akker brygge

    Akker brygge is a very popular street in Oslo. It is located next to the harbour so enough views over boats and the fjords. There are a lot of good restaurants located here. From Jamie Oliver's pasta bar, to Døgnvill Bar & Burger and even food trucks. These food...

    by Sanne in What to do Oslo, one month ago
  • Place

    Døgnvill Bar & Burger

    Wauw, amazed, unreal, all words that can describe this place. Døgnvill Bar & Burger is located near Akkerbrygge in Oslo, next to the water. They serve the best milkshakes, with burgers and hotdogs. The prices are perfectly fine for what you get for it. You first...

    by Sanne in Where to eat Oslo, one month ago
  • Place

    Joe & the Juice

    In a short time, this has grown to my favourite smoothiebar ever. They offer such good and fresh smoothies, the staff is super friendly and helpful, and they even offer healthy snacks with the smoothies. It is amazing. They are located all over Oslo and in other cities...

    by Sanne in Where to eat Oslo, one month ago
  • Blog

    How to get around in Alta, Norway (TIPS!)

    As an international student in Norway, you will experience the expensive groceries, clothes and other items. Norway just is not cheap, not for our standards in Europe. I have put down some tips to safe money and how to live the student life at the same time. Kiwi//Rema...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Norway, one month ago
  • Blog

    Right to Roam

    I will elaborate a bit on the Right to Roam, the outdoor culture and rules in Norway. Outdoor recreation is an important part of the Norwegian heritage. The right to roam is the right Norwegian people have to roam freely in their nature, it consideres the following...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Norway, one month ago
  • Blog

    Active student life//the gym

    In a city like Alta, you want to be active. The nature is calling you, however, you need enough strenght and stamina to be able to fulfill it. In UIT there is first of all a student gym, you can get a subscription per month and work out whenever you want. You can enter...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog UIT, one month ago
  • Place

    Adventure rooms

    We got acquianted with this company via our hotel. We were looking for something fun and exciting to do in the city, but could not figure out what. Then we saw a flyer from Adventure Rooms, and we were immediately excited. Adventure rooms is a company that offers 3...

    by Sanne in What to do Oslo, one month ago
  • Place

    Guided Kayak Trip

    A beautiful kayak trip through Herdlefjorden. It was fascinating. First, we peddled through a bird reservation, all kinds of birds flew around. The guides knew a lot about them and we even went searching for specific types of birds after some explanation. When peddling...

    by Sanne in What to do Bergen, one month ago
  • Place

    Magic Ice Bar

    A truly amazing experience. Visiting a bar that has completely been created out of ice. Sculptures everywhere, the benches and walls are made out of ice and feature all kinds of designs. There are different corners with different themes, like a love seat for example....

    by Sanne in Where to eat Bergen, one month ago
  • Place

    Bergen Aquarium

    Bergen Aquarium, a small, but really cozy aquarium. It features a great selection of sea animals, indoors and outdoors. Outdoors there are sealions and penguins. Inside there are for example crocodiles, fishes and other animals. Throughout the week, different activities...

    by Sanne in What to do Bergen, one month ago
  • Place

    Fish market

    A must go to and must eat when you are visiting Bergen. The traditional fish market at the market square in town. It is one of the most visited outdoor markets in Norway. You can get all kinds of fruit, vegetables and fish on this market. A few hours can be spent...

    by Sanne in Where to eat Bergen, one month ago
  • Place

    Gamle Stavanger

    Gamle Stavanger can be translated as Old Stavanger. It is an old, historic neighbourhood in the city centre of Stavanger. All buildings were build at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. You can expect all kinds of cute, cozy, tight paths...

    by Sanne in What to see Stavanger, one month ago
  • Place

    Lifjellet

    In Dale, which is placed in Sandnes, a mountain/fjord is located, called Lifjellet. Sandnes is reachable by bus from Stavanger. Here, a beautiful, magnificent, hike can be completed, but it is for the real daredevils and the trained hikers. The hike goes through forest,...

    by Sanne in What to do Sandnes, one month ago
  • Place

    Sverd i Fjell

    Sverd i Fjell, an approximately 9 meter high monument, featuring 3 huge swords. It was created in 1983. The biggest sword represents a king, the other two his opponents, I have been told. The swords are a sign of peace, and the location symbolizes that as well. The...

    by Sanne in What to see Stavanger, one month ago
  • Place

    Vaulen Beach

    Vaulen Beach, a beach located in Vaulen, close to Stavanger and close to a train station. It is truly beautiful and so peaceful! When standing and sitting on the beach, you have views over the water and over a lot of fjords. A lot of hiking trails are connected to this...

    by Sanne in What to do Stavanger, one month ago
  • Place

    Vigelandsparken

    Vigelandsparken, a huge sculpture and architectural park in Oslo. It is around a 20 minute walk from the Oslo city. But so worth it. The day I went there it was pooring rain, however, that did not take the beauty of the park away. All sculptures are different and I have...

    by Sanne in What to see Oslo, one month ago
  • Blog

    Oslo 2.0

    Day 10: August 9 When arriving in Oslo, we went to search for our hotel. In the evening it started to rain again. However, we still decided that we wanted to do laundry, so we went searching in the pooring rain for the laundry store to wash our clothes. In the store, we...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Oslo, one month ago
  • Blog

    Bergen

    Day 6: August 5 It is still day 6. The boat arrived around 12:30 at Bergen harbour. Our next challenge awaited us, trying to search for our hostel. It did not take us long to find it in the end, the YMCA hostel. We stayed in a 16 person dormitory, curious how that will...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Bergen, one month ago
  • Blog

    Stavanger

    Day 2: August 1 Arrived in Stavanger after the 8.5 hours train and bus journey, we tried to figure out how to get to our hostel. Arrived at the hostel, Stavanger Vanderhjem, we already started to meet new people. From Swiss, to French and even Brailian people. Already...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Stavanger, one month ago
  • Blog

    Oslo

    Day 1: July 31 Today we flew from Amsterdam to Oslo. My first time flying from Amsterdam Schiphol. This airport is huge, easy to get lost in! The flight and train ride went smoothly. After checking in to the hotel (Citybox) we went exploring the city. We walked along...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Oslo, one month ago
  • Blog

    What about a job?

    Norway is an expensive country compared to the Netherlands and compared to other countries in general. So when going on Exchange to Norway, you may want to consider getting a job and start saving before you leave. However, I personally had a problem if I had gotten a...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog UIT, one month ago
  • Place

    Groovy Stavanger

    In Stavanger, near the harbour, an old fashioned, american styled cafe is located. It is called Groovy Stavanger, and it offers all kinds of american styled drinks and food. From milkshakes, to burgers, to hotdogs. It is really good food and drinks, for a reasonable...

    by Sanne in Where to eat Stavanger, one month ago
  • Blog

    North Cape Adventure

    The story of our beautiful one day roadtrip to the North Cape during wintertime. Accompanied by my Norwegian friends, we head to the North Cape with their dog.  November 11 What a day, 6:30, alarm goes off, roadtrip time. Dog in the back, there we go, into the...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Norway, one month ago
  • Blog

    Adventure Tourism

    Adventure Tourism was the second course I took during my exchange. It featured a lot of theory about tourism itself, adventure tourism, arctic tourism and much more. Furthermore, some fieldtrips were made with the classes. Below, I posted the most interesting parts of...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog UIT, one month ago
  • Blog

    Outdoor Life Activities

    Outdoor Life Activities, one of the courses I have followed throughout my exchange semester in Alta, Norway. Below, I will describe the different activities and courses we had each week. And at the end, my home exam is placed, so you can see how home exams in Norway...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog UIT, one month ago
  • Place

    Hammerfest Tourist Information

    In Hammerfest, a tourist information centre is located. The people are very nice and willing to help you find activities to do in the surrounding. Next to offering help with trips, postcards, and other souvenirs, they have this crazy museum in the back. In this museum...

    by Sanne in What to see Hammerfest, one month ago
  • Place

    Sørøya Island

    When in Hammerfest, takingt the boat from Hammerfest to Sørøya is definetely worth it! Sørøya is a beautiful island located in the Barentsz Sea. We went on a 6-day hike from Akkarfjord on. Day one, we took the boat from Alta to Hammerfest and then from Hammerfest...

    by Sanne in Cafe, cocktail, beer Hammerfest, one month ago

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