Travel podcaster and online entrepreneur Jason Moore talks about moving from Colorado to Oslo, and offers some top tips for travellers.
Jason Moore from the Zero to Travel podcast is the latest guest on the Life in Norway Show. Jason talks to us about living in Norway’s capital city, the differences from life in the United States, and his list of must-see places for travellers planning a trip to Oslo.
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We talk about:
- Why Jason and his wife chose to live in Norway over the USA
- Jason’s description of Oslo for a first-time visitor
- The biggest difference between Norway and an American state capital
- A typical day in the life of an Oslo resident
- The biggest challenges relocating to Oslo
- Jason’s recommendations for what to see in Oslo
- The best value places to eat in the capital
- Jason’s travels outside of Oslo, including his visit to Fjærland – picture below!
Links from the show:
- Accommodation in Fjærland: Bøyum Camping
- Activities in Engerdal: Engerdal Fjellstyre
- Learn more about Engerdal: Femund Engerdal
- Support the Life in Norway Show on Patreon
- Moon Norway guidebook
- Living in Oslo
Jason’s recommendations in Oslo:
- Food hall: Mathallen
- Vietnamese restaurant: Lille Saigon
- Indian restaurant: Riwaj
- Cozy pub with good burgers: Den Gamle Major
And to find out more about Jason:
- Follow Jason on Twitter
- Listen to Jason’s travel podcast Zero to Travel
- Listen to Jason’s location independent podcast Location Indie
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