Sunday, February 24, 2008

Canadians in Norway

I was hoping to run into a few Canadians while on my ten-day Norwegian odyssey.

Well, I did meet two other travel journalists, one from Calgary and the other Toronto.

But that doesn't count.

I mean real Canadians living in this country.

Thanks to Google, I stumbled upon a blog titled
A Canadian in Norway.

It's not the real deal, but as close as I could get to a Canadian living in Scandinavia.

Today I'm off on a six-day
Hurtigruten-Northern Lights Cruise between Kirkenes and Bergen.

I'll keep looking for Canucks.

Kirkenes, Norway is located 400 km north of the Arctic Circle. It's in northeastern Norway, near the Russian-Norwegian border.
Photo by Sue Frause.

To read more about my Norwegian adventure, go to my travel blog, Sue's Road Notes.


beaverboosh said...

It's not the real deal! What the hell does that mean?
A Canadian in Norway

SUE FRAUSE said...

Yeah, after I wrote that I thought it might be misconstrued. What I mean was it wasn't the "real deal" in terms of actually meeting a Canadian in Norway. I met your blog, though -- so thanks! Sue

christina said...

How does a Canadian living in Germany rank?

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