March 10, 2012

Memorable Experience in Norway

I know that there’s no place like home but if there is one place that I want to live in aside from my country that would be Norway. I’ve been in Norway several years ago, I was fortunate to have a three months’ vacation and indeed it is one of my memorable vacation.

Norway is very far from the Philippines, a total of 36 hours flight including layover; we took 3 international plane, 1 domestic plane and 1 ferry boat just to reach my mom’s place. 

The travel is really long but it is all worth it because Norway is really an amazing country. If you love to commune with nature, this is the best place because Norway offers various scenery. You can see rocky wilderness, valleys, mountains, forested hills and waterfalls. Did you know that most of the world’s greatest waterfalls are found in Norway?



My three months stay in Norway is really a grand vacation because I was able to experience boating, fishing, picking mussels, nature tripping and many more.


We were able to visit few cottages which my mom’s friend owned. So if you want to spend your holiday in Norway, you don’t have to worry because you can find peace in cottages in Norway. You can also check holiday homes Europe for list of holiday homes not only in Norway but all over Europe.


31 comments:

  1. Wow, nice naman, vacation in Norway! :)

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  2. Wow! I've always wanted to visit countries like this one.

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  3. 36 hours??!!! Oh wow! I picture myself saying "Are we there yet? Are we there yet?" over and over hahaha! But it's a great adventure touring far places. Lucky you!

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    1. hahaha! excited lang siguro kami kaya enjoy namin ang trip, wala nga jetlag.

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  4. thanks for sharing......ang layo nga ng Norway..

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  5. You're very fortunate. I like the tree shot. haha. ang cool!

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  6. eto yung mga namiss ko basahin during my blog hiatus,yung mga fab post mo about places sis.ang bongga ng Norway,close to nature talaga!

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  7. kinikilabutan naman ako dun sa tree shot... naisip ko lang pa'no kung biglang magsara yung tree while you're inside it..hahahah...ang weird ko lang!

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    1. open naman yung pasukan so hindi nakakatakot. hehe!

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  8. 36 hours? Grabe ha! Hindi ko na ata kaya yun! Nung nag punta akoa sa England, 30 hours ako nun kasama na layover, delays and traffic sa heathrow para na akoang maloloka. Suka na ng suka! Pano pa kaya 36 hours, dead na ata ako nun. Anyway, I have seen some cottages in England but didnt get the chance to stayed in one cos I was living with my Bf family in their own house. I love your post! I can relate and good you enjoyed. Bakit hindi ka na bumalik?

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    1. we've tried but they want us to reapply again kasi schengen visa daw binibigay nila that time, e ayaw nila kami bigyan nun. :( now naman, no budget na since may family na ko, hindi na sagot ni mother ang fare ko. hehe!

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  9. OMG 36 hours???? wow... pasakayin mo lang ako ng 2 hrs flight inip na inip na ako e.. haha.. longest one I had so far is 16 hours straight flight.. boring na boring ako.. grabe :)) ganda ng Norway!! I'm not sure yet if I want to travel that far though!

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  10. Such a nice place. I love the idea of their roofs. I wanna have something like that on my dream house. Damn! Thanks for that idea. I can see how you had a great time on your vacation! :)

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  11. Norway is definitely one of the places I want to visit some day. I'm sure you had a fantastic time there and the trip was well worth it =)

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    1. go sis! it's definitely worth the visit. =)

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  12. Long travel but if it's worth the travel why not. You are lucky because you spent 3 whole months in such a beautiful country as Norway. What an envy.

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  13. ang gusto ko talaga maexperience from abroad ay ang snowing..hahahha


    ~GAGAY, late dropping from FBW ;| ~

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  14. Long travel. I wish I could endure that. I'm still struggling to overcome my motion sickness as of today.

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  15. The place looks so peaceful the 36-hour trip seems to be worth it. ^_^

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  16. wow Norway ! long travel and sarap ! the long travel was well worth it ! seeing and being in every beautiful places .... lucky you and happy to see you in a beautiful calm place... :)

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  17. Looks like it's so cold... it's supah hot here. summer time!!

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  18. aaww lovely memories. wala akong ganyan, even local travel when i was young..

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  19. Norway is such a wonderful place. I have friends also from there and they shared how nice the place is.

    Good to know that you had fun there.

    Visiting you from FBW.

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  20. love this post! love your post in the wood cottage most!

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  21. I used to have weird imaginations about Norway (or any other European country for that) when I was young. Like mostly woods lang or ang mga tao di masyadong lumalabas kasi isip ko, snow lang nang snow dun. haha

    nice photos you have. holidays like these make you want to reminisce about your childhood over and over!

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