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If you can’t find it here, it could be banned: The Norwegian government is notorious for banning things. I didn’t discover this until my friend who works for customs and tolls here informed me that that is why I am unable to find it, but can find every single other Yogi tea here.

Red Bull was banned here in recent years, in fact, due to caffeine levels.

If you leave a fake email address, the spam folder catches the comment and I delete amongst the thousand others I receive daily unknowingly.

In addition, if your comment has an insane usage of curse words in it with hateful xenophobic comments, I will spare you the embarrassment and just delete it myself.

I have future plans to road trip up the Atlantic highway in Norway all the way to Lofoten and you can bet that this will be the route I go for the majority of the trip.2.

Salaries: I constantly hear from Norwegians, even when irrelevant to a conversation, “We are so lucky to get paid so well here…that is why everything is more expensive.” This is not always true.

Please feel free to add any others at the end if you’re an expat in Norway or have traveled there for any length of time! ‘Allemannsrett’: This law means that you can pitch your tent or hike anywhere in Norway.

Granted, you can’t pitch a tent in the middle of Frognerparken, but anywhere out in nature or mountains that are not private property is an absolute go. Hotels and hostels aren’t cheap in Norway, so this gives travelers and locals another way to be out in nature at an affordable cost.

If you’re curious about what those are (which, I love living in Norway, so they are basically all positives), you can find those articles here.c) However, if you’re Norwegian and care to add or make suggestions about what is listed, I highly encourage you to do so! don’t troll the internet hiding behind fake email address and identities and writing nastygrams to bloggers. Leave a real email address (it is private and only I can see it) and name, even if just a first name.But on a general note, if you can’t find it…before you go to extreme measures of trying to have a grocery store import it (which I have done), find out if it is even allowed in the country at all. Shipping products into Norway is no easy feat: Since Norway is not part of the EU, many places abroad won’t ship here.I have found that you can often get an exception made by speaking with managers, but there have been times I was unable to get that permission granted.These people are looking for information about moving here, and I don’t want them to get the impression that Norwegians are classless or distasteful (because most aren’t) from a blog post. As I approach my two-year anniversary in Norway, I have realized that there are many things I wish I had known, whether it be in a general or specific manner, about Norway prior to moving here.;) And a huge thank you in advance to those who comment with advice for those looking to move here! Of course, it would not have changed my plan to move here…it would have just made me more aware. I, along with Andrea from Inspiring Travellers, are here to share our list of 30 things you should know before moving to Norway.

If you’re curious about what those are (which, I love living in Norway, so they are basically all positives), you can find those articles here.c) However, if you’re Norwegian and care to add or make suggestions about what is listed, I highly encourage you to do so! don’t troll the internet hiding behind fake email address and identities and writing nastygrams to bloggers. Leave a real email address (it is private and only I can see it) and name, even if just a first name.

But on a general note, if you can’t find it…before you go to extreme measures of trying to have a grocery store import it (which I have done), find out if it is even allowed in the country at all. Shipping products into Norway is no easy feat: Since Norway is not part of the EU, many places abroad won’t ship here.

I have found that you can often get an exception made by speaking with managers, but there have been times I was unable to get that permission granted.

These people are looking for information about moving here, and I don’t want them to get the impression that Norwegians are classless or distasteful (because most aren’t) from a blog post. As I approach my two-year anniversary in Norway, I have realized that there are many things I wish I had known, whether it be in a general or specific manner, about Norway prior to moving here.

;) And a huge thank you in advance to those who comment with advice for those looking to move here! Of course, it would not have changed my plan to move here…it would have just made me more aware. I, along with Andrea from Inspiring Travellers, are here to share our list of 30 things you should know before moving to Norway.

Granted, a housekeeper or retail shop worker gets paid drastically more than in the US.