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Hey guys, Im a girl in my twenties from Norway here, planning on moving to Switzerland the upcoming fall or next spring, all according to how fast the process is. So I´ll be in here searching and probably asking for all the info I can get! Needed papers, looking for jobs, how to find an apartment ect. Im totally blank, but trust there´ll be a lot of info to find in here : ) For any tips or such, Im very thankful! Planning on moving to Winterthur area : )
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Re: Norwegian speakin´:)

From Norway to Switzerland? Great!
You'll be moving from one of the 4 most beautiful countries in the world to one of the 4 most beautiful countries in the world!
No fjords here but beer and wine are cheaper.
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Re: Norwegian speakin´:)

Hehe yeah, true! But our cheese is nothing compared to all the lovely swiss cheese... mm.. Either way, I think Norway is more expensive in most areas compared to Switzerland. So its a win-win
Im already quite familiar with Switzerland as my boyfriend is from there.
Thats also why Im moving, after over 2 years with the distance. So Im learning german now, and just hope finding a job and apartment, and all the rest will go smoothly I find Norway and Switzerland to be quite similar in lots of ways, also with the nature with the mountains and lakes. But I just love the cultural differences with the Sunday Zopf, Silvester Klausen, Fastnachtschüechli.. how you greet ect.. all small and big things.
So I just cant wait for this new chapter
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Hehe yeah, true! But our cheese is nothing compared to all the lovely swiss cheese...
ALthough... I sometimes miss the brunost. In Oslo, I didn't think of it much and didn't eat brunost that often, but it's when you don't have it... and I'm not even Norwegian, so it's not in the genes and not childhood's memory either: hence, brunost must be good in its own right.
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Hehe, yeah our brown cheese is quite nice. Happy to hear you liked it! I´ll probably bring some with me when I move to Switzerland, even tho I dont eat it so often.. just nice to have access : )
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