My Nordic Travel Bucket List

I may be writing this from sunny Costa Rica, but I have the Nordic countries on my mind? Why? Well, I’ll be visiting Iceland for the first time this November, and will be speaking at the Trablin International Summit. I’m so excited to explore this beautiful country and maybe even catch a glimpse of the

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5 Effortlessly Photogenic Places

I’ll just start off by saying that I’m not a professional photographer nor have I ever taken a professional photography class (although I definitely plan to) so take my list of photogenic places with a grain of salt. Having worked as a travel writer and blogger over the past three years, I’ve had the fun

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Fashion Week from the Front Row

If there was one thing I remember pondering during my very first New York Fashion Week it was “wow, I wonder what it feels like to sit front row”. Well, fast-forward just a few years and here I am, sitting in the front row end of runway eagerly waiting for the Ivana Helsinki runway show

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Norway is My Neverland

My obsession with Disney is probably old news to many of you but my favorite book is actually Peter Pan by Sir James M. Barrie. While the book is much darker and allegorical than the whimsical cartoon portrayal, both revolve around a beautiful paradise called Neverland. After a few days into my fjord trip, I

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Traveling through Norway in Style

There are countless ways to travel through Norway and after partaking in almost every mode myself, here are a few recommendations of how to get around in style. The Rauma Railway – where modernity and mountains meet These two-wagon trains have a modern design and comfortable seating, which is always a plus. While locals do

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There’s No Place Like Norway

There’s no place like home. Dorothy’s famous words in the Wizard of Oz have a bit to do with the title of this post. While Norway is not technically my home, it sure feels like it. It’s hard to believe that just a few months ago I was braving the beautiful snowy weather of Lillehammer,

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Neighborhood Guide to Oslo

While there are many neighborhoods in and around Oslo, there are four main areas ideal for travelers interested in global art and culture. Check out this city guide to Oslo for the best recommendations: City Center Most travelers visiting Oslo are sure to stay near the city center. The historical center is called Kvadraturen and

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Delicious Foods from Norway

Norway has a slew of traditional dishes that any avant-garde traveler would enjoy. and I tried most of them during my visit. Here are a few of my favorite foods from Norway. Breakfast: Waffels and Jam Shortly upon landing at Oslo airport I was greeted with a delicious breakfast that many Norwegians eat at the

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Famous Faces of Norway

If I had to describe Norway in three words they would be: Nature, Snow and Stars. The country is beautiful year round but during the winter months the snow definitely gives Norway a very “Narnia” look about it. What turned out as a bit of a surprise was all the famous faces I met during

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Norway Memories

After going through my hundreds of photos taken in Norway I decided to do a Photo Friday post with ten images that highlight the beauty of Lillehammer, Norefjell and Oslo. Here’s the first picture I took at the Maihaugen Open Air Museum in Lillehammer. I couldn’t help but adore the quirky chandelier hanging in my suite

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