Nordic Lifestyle

Vegan Tallinn – The Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Tallinn, Estonia — Nordic Wanders – Norway Travel Article

Vegan Tallinn – The Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Tallinn, Estonia — Nordic Wanders Read on for the complete guide to vegan and vegetarian restaurants/cafes in Tallinn!Before the world shut down due to the current covid-19 pandemic, I spent a week in gorgeous (and, at that time, snowy) Tallinn and looking back, I’m SO SO glad I spontaneously decided to go as otherwise, I definitely wouldn’t have been able to get there (or anywhere it now seems) this spring.…

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Moving to Finland vs. Moving to Norway – Scandinavian Travel Article

Moving to Finland vs. Moving to Norway Don’t be fooled by the common assumption that Finnish is actually not so difficult and that you just have to hang an “i” on the English or German word (as in baari, banaani or alkoholi). The devil in person is responsible for these kinds of words!I am convinced that the conquest of the Finnish language requires, besides some madness, two essential things:1) the love for the Finnish language and2) Finnish SISU – this…

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Vegan Helsinki – The Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in Helsinki, Finland — Nordic Wanders – Norway Travel Article

Vegan Helsinki – The Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in Helsinki, Finland — Nordic Wanders You’ll find everyting from vegan chocolate and biscuits to fresh vegetables, plenty of natural juices, vitamins and even vegan cosmetics here. So, should you run out of anything or have forgotten to bring something for your trip, chances are you’ll find it here.I have no idea how things are organised in your country, but here in Norway, all the items that contain milk or gluten…

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Unique Hotels in Norway – Where to stay off the beaten track — Nordic Wanders – Norway Travel Article

Unique Hotels in Norway – Where to stay off the beaten track — Nordic Wanders The cabins are still new and fresh, but unlike many of the other stylish glass cabins and treehouses that currently make the rounds on Instagram, Skåpet isn’t exactly easily accessible. You can’t just drive here – you’ll actually have to hike! Granted, though, the hike is only 7 km long (in total, meaning approx. 3,5 km and 1 1/2 hours one way) and you only…

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