Help Yourself: More Reasons to at least Like Norway

by Satu Vänskä-Westgarth on August 20, 2012 · 4 comments

Self-service bakery in Norway

After a great sunny weekend, it is good to be in love with Norway, over and over again. But if I’m painting too rosy a picture for you (just like last week), check this space in October/November: the time of year when the summer is definitely over, but winter has quite not begun. That’s when it really gets miserable! And yes, there is a slight chance that the general mood of the season will be reflected over here as well.

But for now, I’ll just gloat little more in what is good in Norway. Like living in a smallish village where you can find a bakery with self-service.

Self-service bakery in Norway

Would this actually work anymore, anywhere else in the world? Pick what you want, write it in the book, sign, and leave your money in the box.

Self-service bakery in Norway

Love, love, love!

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Katja of Skimbaco August 22, 2012 at 2:45 PM

I love this :) Seen similar in coastal towns in Finland :)
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Satu August 22, 2012 at 9:57 PM

This was the first time I came across something like this but yes, just gotta love it! :)
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Elizabeth September 27, 2012 at 5:19 PM

We REALLY wanted to live in Norway, but now we won’t be far ( Scotland) and I hope in March we can come visit your stunning country! I have a close friend who lives there and even though he is from Mexico ( and loves hot weather and surfing…) adores the country.
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Satu September 28, 2012 at 10:05 AM

March is a great time to visit Norway, the winter should be at its best (depends where you go though) with mild temperatures, sun and still some snow. And hey, it’s never too late to move up here!! :) Although I’ve heard Scotland is very nice too, but I’ve never been.
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