July 04, 2017

Teksdalsvatnet Norway

On our day 16 in Norway, my mom decided to visit Teksdalsvatnet in Bjugn Kommune. This is the third time that we went to Bjugn, the first time was when we went to Røros and the second time was when we visited Vallersund Farm and hiked to Angel of Peace.  At that moment, kami na lang ni Ethan because hubby was back in the Philippines.

Read: Angel of Peace in Vallersund
Vallersund Farm 



Bjugn is a coastal municipality so there are so many places that we can visit like the lake, sheltered coves, mountains, beach and many more. We’ve been to farm and mountains before so for a change, we went to Teksdalsvatnet or Lake in Teksdal.

Vatnet = Lake


The weather was still cold but we enjoyed the cold weather of Norway. Travel time is more or less 30 minutes since there is no traffic.You can already see the lake from the parking area. There are tables and benches so you can have your own picnic.



My mom said, we can also do fishing here but we just need to pay a fee. We did not try that anymore since we already experience fishing. But if you just want to visit the lake, you can stay here for FREE.

Read: Fishing Adventure in Norway



The lake is so peaceful and you can really relax and unwind. We just sat beside the lake and appreciate the beauty of the nature. My son enjoyed creating ripple by throwing stones in the lake. How I wish, we have this place in the Philippines, pangmuni-muni. Hehehe! We visited Lake Pandin in Laguna but there is a fee for that.

Read: Lake Pandin and Lake Yambo



Watch the video here.




After an hour, we went for a walk, you can walk around the lake but since we have a kid in tow, we did not finish it. We went home because it was dinner time already.


8 comments:

  1. I super love, love, love the views there. I'm such a water baby kasi. My dream house is either a lake house or a beach house. Imagine waking up to that view every day. It's like paradise! :)

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    1. You will enjoy Norway because they have so many places near the lake, fjord, and sea. :)

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  2. Looks really peaceful. I could imagine myself working there or finishing an article. Though the coldness may be another story to deal with. Fishing is also a nice activity one could share with a family. Havent tried it yet and would love to try it din.

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    1. Yes, so peaceful but really cold at that time.

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  3. Serene and extremely beautiful photos. Nature truly doesn't need filters. You're fortunate to be making such happy memories with your family, esp with your child. I'm enjoying your travel posts and I can't help but ask myself what am I doing in front of the computer haha.

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    1. I'm happy that we were able to cross this out in my son's bucket list. Matagal na ipunan lang. hehehe!

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  4. Oh wow wow! Meron pa bang ganito kalinis na lake sa Pilipinas? Grabe, ang ganda talaga sa Norway, hindi abused si mother nature. The place is perfect no for reminiscing, bonding, blogging, thinking, muni muni. It's absolutely wonderful! Sarap sana mag swimming jan! haha.

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    1. Korek, hindi abused si mother nature. Sarap magswimming kung hindi lang malamig. hehehe!

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