Destination: Norway

Special thanks to Nova from

I am honered and very grateful to suppory the journey of your idea, The Traveling Blog Journal.

You can read about each destination of the blog’s journey in her profile. It is nice that we share more from our countries, spread the words – check it out.

I want to send a special greeting to Julie Krupp who is the author behind the who send me this journey.

Thank you so much,

This will be a challenge to choose from my country, it has so much to offer.

Thank you from the depths of my heart for your lovely kind words about me and my art🦋

I hope my readers visit your blog and I’m sure they will be more wise, inspired and motivated to more things by reading your postes.



Lofoten North Norway
Lofoten North Norway

The world’s largest deepwater coral reef is Norwegian

And located outside Lofoten.

Salmon sushi
Salmon sushi

Salmon sushi is Norwegian

In the early 80s, Norwegian exporters introduced salmon to Japanese sushi chefs, but it did not become very popular until the mid-90s.

The word Fuck is Norwegian

Fuck comes from Old Norse «fukka», which meant having intercourse.

Jan Mayen

Norway is the largest outside Norway

Queen Mauds Land is 2.7 million square kilometers, Svalbard is 61,000 square kilometers, Peter In Island is 154 square kilometers and Jan Mayen is 377 square kilometers. Norway is otherwise 385,000 square kilometers.

Destinasjon Norge

Svalbard -North light -aurora borealis-
Destinasjon NorgeSvalbard

Destinasjon Norge


Norway is known for its adventurers who walk land and beach around and to pole to pole.

Destinasjon NorwayNorth Norway Arctic Circle

Norway is known for its poets, musicians, writers and artists. Many do international careers and many live around the world.

Norway also makes its mark in sports, ranging from winter sports to chess.

Destinasjon NorwayArctic Circle

Northern Norway is also known as the land of the Midnight Sun, when the country is partly north of the Arctic Circle.

Destinasjon NorwayMidnight sun

We also have a very rich wildlife.

Destinasjon NorwayNorwegian wolf
I feel blessed by living in the middle of nature and experiencing the animals this way.
Destinasjon NorwayNorwegian moose

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Norwegian river Stor elvdal

Norway is known for its wild nature, with rivers and extreme sports such as rafting.

Destinasjon Norge NorwayFull moon at my home

Norway is known for being the home of gnomes and trolls, keychains and Huldra and elves, gnomes, witches and wizards. It’s just the imagination that sets limits.

Destinasjon NorwayDette er et bilde av nærheten der jeg bor.

You never know when the elves or Huldra dance into the shadows of the forest’s adventure…

Destination Norway


Many people use the mountain in Norway both summer and winter.

Known for ir’s spectacular nature with the wild reindeer protected.

Destination NorwaySunset at my home.

Norway is so much more. I recommend traveling here once if you can. Seeing and experiencing yourself, sensing and feeling, and maybe you are the lucky one to meet Orkidedatter🦋

I want to end this little journey from my country with a poem:


When I see you as my country, Norway

with beautiful mountains and deep


wild and beautiful and friendly and love

I feel a joy where the Norwegian birch

forest meets my eyes

and in myself I know deeply of the quiet

forest and the great sea

the shadows shining on the silence of the

water in the colorful fairway of the


beautiful meadows with flowers put

their evening dew in their robes

a summer night with the northern lights

dancing in the sky and my spirit resting

in the breeze of the Norwegian wind.



I am sending this Traveling Blog Journal to it’s next lucky host, Steve, who is the author behind the

I love to hear about your country.

Steve is a wonderful soul with a heart of gold, and I really appreciate his blog.

His pictures is lovely and with his words he creates magic and I relax with a good cup of coffee.



80 kommentarer om “Destination: Norway

  1. Fuck = Hook!
    I did not know that.
    I also learned for the first time that Norwegian sushi and Japanese sushi are quite different.

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  2. Wow! This is so so lovely! Those photos are stunning. My heart just burst! I want to visit so badly! Also the idea of birch forests… I love that so much!

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  3. Gosh, I am so sorry that WordPress didn’t make me aware of your post!!! Norway looks utterly delightful!! Thank you for participating, and adding a blog to our journal 💜💜💜💜 ((((Hugs))))

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    1. Wow.. I lost my words… thank you🦋I saw it when I read your post, and I love your answers, thank you. And you write so much kind words about me, I am greatful and I felt a tear in my eyes…..

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      1. I may not be Norwegian, but I could enjoy being one. Years ago, I found «Ollie and Lena» in literature (but I better not get into Ollie’s character right now). Many people of Norwegian ancestry settled parts of eastern Montana in the early 1900s.

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