Mona Anita K. Olsen writes about THE THIEF, a lifestyle boutique hotel in and Oslo neighborhood known as Tjuvholmen or “Thief’s Island.”
Author: Mona Anita K. Olsen
Mona Anita K. Olsen writes about Vanse, Norway, with its museum, an American Festival every June, and Thanksgiving celebrations every year.
Mona Anita K. Olsen reports on building renovation done during the COVID-19 pandemic at Eilert Sundt Videregående Skole in Farsund, Norway.
Mona Anita K. Olsen reports on the holidays in Bergen, Norway, with a new Christmas Stay put on by Hotel Norge by Scandic and Illums Bolighus.
Larsen’s Bakery in Vanse, Norway brings a taste of the United States to Scandinavia, serving up treats from pancakes to pies to smoothies.
Australian entrepreneur Talor Brown has burst into the coffee and donut market in Oslo, opening two Talormade shops in the capital.
Kongeparken, the biggest amusement park in southwest Norway near Stavanger, came up with a strategy to survive the coronavirus pandemic—and thrive!
The exhibit “Alle Fugler” (All Birds) in Borhaug, Norway, looks like paintings, but moving closer, one can see the art was created by a fusion of plastic.
To find light in Norway’s dark season, Mona Anita K. Olsen started Route 8 Flow, offering yoga and other movement exercises for Norwegians with dementia.
Mona Anita K. Olsen describes the unique travel destination, Flor og Fjære, home to the world’s northernmost palm tree garden, on an island near Stavanger.