2014/05/02698_life_in_norway_11307055173_18e9a1d42d

Norway vs Estonia to live?

Question by Lolita: Norway vs Estonia to live?
Which is best in terms of landscape, lifestyle, nature, people, cleanliness and in country in general and why?
Any pros and cons for each and which one wins?
Thank You!

Best answer:

Answer by Hernanday
Norway has like 3% arabs but they are all in the ghetto, just avoid the ghetto and you are fine.

Norway is the richer country but Estonia is cheaper. So you pay more for the same things. It is hard to compare really. It is like asking where is better japan or thailand. You can live a nice life for 1200 usd a month in thailand but that is poverty in japan. Your pay in Japan will be more but you need like 3 grand a month just to live a decent liftstyle.

Estonia has alot of crime and violence, it is a former soviet republic therefore has lots of gangs. Norway is cold as hell, it is richer and has a high standard of living. Norwegians are friendly and reserved. It really depends if you have a job in norway that pays good money, norway is better, if you have a job in estonia that pays good money estonia is better. If you are going to live of money and not work go to estonia

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Image taken from page 50 of ‘The Viking Bodleys; an excursion into Norway and Denmark … With illustrations’
life in norway

Image by The British Library
Image taken from:

Title: "The Viking Bodleys; an excursion into Norway and Denmark … With illustrations"
Author: SCUDDER, Horace Elisha.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10280.ee.11."
Page: 50
Place of Publishing: Boston [Mass.]
Date of Publishing: 1885
Publisher: Houghton
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 003321107

Note: The colours, contrast and appearance of these illustrations are unlikely to be true to life. They are derived from scanned images that have been enhanced for machine interpretation and have been altered from their originals.

If you wish to purchase a high quality copy of the page that this image is drawn from, please order it here. Please note that you will need to enter details from the above list – such as the shelfmark, the page, the book’s volume and so on – when filling out your order.

Explore:
Find this item in the British Library catalogue, ‘Explore’.
Open the page in the British Library’s itemViewer (page: 50)
Download the PDF for this book

Click here to see all the illustrations in this book and click here to browse other illustrations published in books in the same year. Please click on the tags shown on the right-hand side for other ways to browse the illustrations.

Question by julien b: Best place in Norway for an outdoorsman?
I have a feeling that many would say the best place in Norway for the outdoorsy type of person would be ‘in Norway’.
I’ve applied to around six different schools around Norway for outdoor guiding degrees there but am not sure which I would take if I had my pick. I like canoeing, skiing, bushcrafty type stuff. Wouldn’t take into consideration stuff like the night life and shopping malls – if anything, I would choose to stay away from that.

Any experience you guys have to offer, suggestions?

Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Bermudaful
From what I can tell anywhere you are in Norway is pretty outdoorsy or easy enough to get to a mountain or fjord or whatever.

Although as a visitor to my boyfriend’s family in Norway from what I can tell the West seems to be a little more “country” but only because Olso is more “city” than Bergen.

What do you think? Answer below!

One comment on “Norway vs Estonia to live?

  1. It’s hard to find a place that it’s not easy to access the outdoors in Norway. Heck, even in Oslo you can take the subway out to the forest (more than one, actually).

    Everyone is fond of their own little section of Norway, and in my opinion, you cannot beat the west.
    Unfortunately, as you’ve noticed, UiB has very high point demands (DO NOT apply for Sogn. That dialect is insane). But, if you can get into Bergen, you’re surrounded by mountains. Great nightlife, wonderful theatre (well, we’ll see if it holds true now that Bamse is gone).

    Stavanger has a lot of areas to hike, good places to surf, and is a nice town in general.

    All your shopping centres are going to be basically the same, so no town really offers an advantage there. Every town of course will have their unique local shops.

    You’re going to have plenty to do with your uni class though. You’ll have a social week (or two) of drinking and other activities to start off the term and get to know each other, some classes make their own “pubs” where you can get “cheap” beer and hang out with your class. Some classes organize trips. And unless you’re doing law at the University of Oslo, those trips are relatively inexpensive and fun.

    Oslo does have the best nightlife by far.

Leave a Reply