Om oss / about us

Hei alle sammen:)

Jeg er en norsk jente som bor i Parga, Hellas på fulltid…

Og  dette er en  informasjons kanal for Parga på norsk  og engelsk til alle dere som ønsker å besøke oss.

Her vil jeg oppdatere med blider og informasjon om Parga.

Her vil dere kunne lese om forskjellige aktiviteter, ekspidisjoner, og dagsturer til å fra Parga.

Her vil vi gi dere gode råd og tips. Slik at vi kan hjelpe dere med å planlegge ferien deres på en best mulig måte..

Så vennligst kontakt meg vis det er noe dere måtte lure på:) Jeg er her for å hjelpe…

Med vennlig hilsen Dina

Hello everyone 🙂

I am a Norwegian girl living inParga,Greece full time…

This blog is an information source for Parga in Norwegian and in English, for all of you that would like to visit us.

Her you will be able to read about different places to visit, activities, what to see and day trips to and from Parga.

Her I will give god advices and tips. So I can help you better to plan your holyday.

Pleas contact me if it is something you may wonder about:) I am here to help…

Sincerly Dina

120 Responses to “Om oss / about us”
  1. Divamamma says:

    Så flott… Vi vurderer Hellas i sommer…

  2. Hi Dina,
    Thanks for checking out my blog. I am actually moving to Greece in 2 weeks to study photography! I will be at the Aegean Center on Paros…and hopefully blogging about life on the island quite a bit. Happy to have discovered your blog, it is making me very excited for the move!

    • Dina says:

      Hi Caroline:) I wish you all the best for you move to Greece:)
      you will absolutely love it there 🙂
      Paros is beautiful! Like the rest of Greece:) And to have the chance to be there, and to study photography is amazing…
      Its so many angels and details in Greece to capture on film! You will be inspired…
      I wish you all the best:)

      Sincerly Dina

  3. Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog and for the like! Beautiful photos, definitely makes me want to go on vacation. 🙂

  4. yogesh chauhan says:

    Greece has always been there at the top in my list to visit places around the globe ..Beautiful place..,beautiful people
    And i m thankful that you visited my blog ..

    • Dina says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words about Greece:)
      You should visit us some time:) It is truly beautiful… We hope to see you here in greece, in the near future:)

  5. ssaluja2 says:

    Dina, thanks for visiting thenewvernacular… What a beautiful part of the world you’ve found!

  6. imexcited says:

    Hi Dina!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for liking one of my posts 🙂

  7. jessicakorteman says:

    Thanks so much for liking my latest post, Dina! 🙂

  8. kopisechawan says:

    Hi Dina thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post. I look forward to reading your post regarding Greece and its Greeve is definitely a place i would like to visit one day 🙂

  9. I really like your blog. I can see beautiful photos, learn about Parga and maybe even another language! Sweet! I shall be back to visit!!

    Thanks for stopping by Onelifethislife and liking my post! Glad tgat you enjoyed it. Hope to see you soon!

  10. Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post about South India Tours.
    I like your blog, lots of interesting informaiton which makes me want to come and visit!
    Dorinda (lakesideindia)

  11. petrel41 says:

    Hi thank you/mange takk for liking my Gambia blog post!

  12. ninabaydoun says:

    Hi Dina thank you for visiting my blog and “like” my white bean recipe. I like your blog it has a lot interesting informations.

  13. WOW! What a beautiful blog! Thanks for visiting my at my place and liking today’s post.


  14. Victor Ho says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I should ask what brought you to Greece. I have visited Norway some years ago. My initial destination was Unset for a birthday party (long story) and then to Oslo, Bergen and so forth. Beautiful. And, I have also visited Greece many more years long ago. You seem to have had the best of both worlds.

    • Dina says:

      It was love that brought me to Greece. I met my husband here years ago:)
      It is also very nice to hear, that you have visited my two favourite places, Norway and Greece.
      I really hope that you are sitting with many good memories:)

  15. Hello Dina! What a fascinating story you have to tell 🙂 I love your write up, Norwegian living in Greece! It instantly bring to mind the immediate culture shock and wonderful possibilities of discovery! I love your photos, I feel like I’m on holiday when I gaze into them! Cheers,

    • Dina says:

      Thank you so much for writing down a few words to me 🙂 And it is really true, that it was a great change from Norway to Greece, when I first came!
      But through true love and photography, came also many wonderful memories and possibilities! 🙂

  16. Very nice pictures! Greece is always one of the places I’ve wanted to visit in the future. Your pictures make me want to visit it soon. It will be in my bucket list!

  17. HI Dina

    Thanks for visiting my blog! I love your photos- makes me wish I was not in rainy England!

  18. Bill says:

    Dina, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a like on my picture “West Beach Road”. 🙂 I like your pictures very much.

  19. Hello, Dina, so happy you “liked’ my Smathers Beach post today. Great to meet you. Will spend some time looking around your blog.

  20. coastalcrone says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, Dina! Sunny Greece is on my list of places to visti.

  21. dsrupt says:

    Thank you for two things. 1 thanks for checking out my blog (be sure to DIVE more into it, and SHARE the love) and most importantly 2 thank you for loving a very special place of my own country and taking the time to promote it in a very authentic way on the net. You are our Greek-Norwegian ambassador. Keep up the great work!!!!!!

  22. I simply want to mention I’m very new to weblog and really enjoyed your website. Almost certainly I’m likely to bookmark your blog post . You definitely have very good articles. Many thanks for sharing with us your webpage.

  23. Hello, Dina! Thank you for liking the cappucino post on my blog. My family did spend a wonderful 10 days in Greece several years ago. We were fortunate to be on the island of Santorini during the Greek Holy Week and to witness the candlelight procession on Good Friday night. It was magical and memorable. I’m sure that your time in Greece will be magical and memorable, as well.

  24. mashashin says:

    Hi Dina, I’m glad you liked some of my posts) Have you been to Paris already? I’ve never been to Greece but I’d love to! It must be a beautiful contry, it’s a pity it faces a lot of problems at the moment. What do you like about living in Greece?

    • Dina says:

      Hi Masha 🙂
      I have been to Paris!! 2 times actually 🙂 and I absolutely loved it…
      Paris is one of my favourite cities in the world…
      But I have only been there in winter time. So next time, I would really love to see it in spring/summer 🙂 Is it, as lovely, as it is at the Christmas time?

      What I like about living in Greece is:
      I like the life here …the beauty of Greece 🙂 And the People here, are just so full of life 🙂 Greece is also very sunny and worm place… And you will always see smiles and a lot of laughter here, even in the hard times 🙂 I love the Greek food, the Greek family values and most of all my Greek husband…

  25. Mary says:

    Hi Dina

    Greece and Norway are two places high on my list to visit. Thanks for dropping in to say hi on my blog and for putting them back up near the top of my list of places to go.



  26. Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂
    You have beautiful pictures on your blog, good job!

  27. tinagaudoin says:

    thanks for liking my blog. Now I’ve seen yours I want to go on vacation right now!
    Will be checking back.

  28. inherchucks says:

    This is great! thanks for the like 🙂 My dad visits greece often. Mostly the island of samos. he wrote a novel about Aesop. Check it out if you like!

  29. Hello Dina, Norway and Greece – not a bad combination! We had a fantastic sail through the small cyclades two summers ago and Greece is always on my mind… lucky you. Paris isn’t so bad either I admi ;o) Merci for your visit and I am happy that you enjoyed my latest post. A bientôt, Tristane

  30. pusspudding says:

    Dina – how wonderful to live in Greece …. have only been in and around Athens – absolutely adore the greek people … There will come a post about my 3 months stay in Athens … soon.
    Thanks for liking my post of today. Welcome back! Viveka

  31. Hi Dina,
    Thanks for the like on Next time you’re in Paris look me up and I’ll send you on a treasure hunt at the Louvre!

    In the meantime your website is just lovely. Comprehensive, thorough and lovely = just like Greece!
    Kind regards,
    Daisy de Plume

  32. Mack Hops says:

    Nice Blog.. Thanks for checking out mine 🙂

  33. Eau de Nil says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, and liking my post. I’ve never been to Greece, but your photos make it look very appealing, and I’ll have to look into visiting. 🙂 Best wishes for your blog and endeavours. 🙂

  34. Lynne Ayers says:

    I visited Greece many years ago while on a 3 month Europen odyssey and Greece was my favourite country of the 13 I visited. I have wonderful memories of the couple of weeks I spent there, particularly on the Peloponnese … and thank you for the ‘like’

    • Dina says:

      Wow 131 countries 🙂 that sounds amazing…. and I am so glad that you liked Greece a lot!! Peloponnese is great 🙂 Many lovely and very smart people come from there! One of them is my mother in law :):) I have been a few times to different places in the Peloponnese, and my favourites are Nafplio and Vetina.. Where did you stay when you came here?

  35. gen says:

    You’ve got a nice and informative blog! Keep it up! 🙂 Thanks btw for checking out my blog!

  36. Tony says:

    Very interesting Blog. I will follow! Ironic, two places on my bucket list to visit….Norway and Greece.Very cool! Take care and thanks for sharing!

  37. Hi thanks for reading my blog The Life of A Pinterest Reject. I just got started so new readers are really special. 🙂 I really like your blog, so interesting and love the pictures. Will be following you on here.

  38. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and liking a recent post! Happy to have found you—really wonderful site—I will visit often!

  39. wagthedoguk says:

    your post came at a real good time… we are thinking of visiting Greece this summer. How do they treat dogs?

    • Dina says:

      I know from our hotel ( Lichnos beach hotel & suites) that we do not have any problems accepting dogs, we always have 🙂 And I am very sure that other hotels & studios in the aria do not have any problems with dogs either 🙂 But I also know that if the dogs are very big, some hotels do have a problem! But in general, they are very kind to dogs 🙂 and that the dogs are even accepted in bars and at the restaurants 🙂

  40. angelice153 says:

    Thanks for visiting my page. Your from Norway? I was there last year hiking up lysefjord.

    • Dina says:

      I am from Norway:) I hope you had a nice time while visiting/hiking up Lysefjord:) I have not been but know it is lovely:)

  41. jill says:

    Thank you for stopping by and liking my post “this moment”. Parga looks beautiful! Some of you pictures make me want to go snorkeling. I’ll stop by again! -jill

  42. liannebarile says:

    oh so lovely! how I wish i could go and visit your country…

  43. Thanks for liking my blog post Dina. Your photos are stunning 🙂

  44. Nickie says:

    Hi, Dina! Thank you for liking my post! Parga looks like a wonderful place!

  45. Hi Dina,

    Thanks for checking out my blog. I actually live in Rhodes – Greece! Happy to have discovered your blog, it makes me very excited! I really hope to keep in touch with you!



  46. Croadie says:

    Hi dina, thanks for dropping by my blog and your ‘like’, i appreciate that. Greece – mmm Greece or Croatia, may need to think more about this. Like what you’re doing here with your blog. Bless, Richard.

  47. bden011 says:

    Hi Dina! I’m another person saying ‘Thanks’ for liking my post. You seem like a very interesting person. I have never been to Greece, though I have been to Trondheim, Norway 🙂 I would like to go to Greece at some point because of all the historical places there are to visit. I wouldn’t mind asking if you had recommendations for places to visit in Greece…:D

    • Dina says:

      If you ever come to Greece, you cold not go wrong in any place that you would choose!! Greece is truly lovely, and every place has its on beauty!
      But here in Parga is amazing, Santorini, Mykonos, Athens, Skiathos, Corfu, Paxos & Antipaxos, Kos and the list goes on 🙂 You couldn’t go wrong with Greece! It’s amazing!!

  48. Marianne says:

    Hi Dina, thank you for visiting my blog. I haven’t been to Greece for ages, and I’m afraid the same goes for Norway. But I’ve had great vacations in both countries, :).

  49. Tom says:

    Thanks for checking out my blog, Dina! You would enjoy meeting my father, who comments on my blog regularly. He is an English professor who is immersing himself in the study of two foreign languages right now: Norwegian and Greek! Thanks again–Tom

  50. Thanks for looking at my site – I shall certainly be visiting yours regularly.

  51. jannekb says:

    Hi Dina.
    Thanks for looking at my site too!
    I have looked at your pictures here and they are beautiful, really nice place. Now I`ll remember the name Parga ..
    Best regards from Norway.

  52. Salut Dina

    I very much appreciate that you found the time to find DesignPlanOnline……like you, I invest the time and energy out of a passion for design – all design. If you would like to send me photos or any kind of article about your life in Greece i would be happy to include it in my blog….I have been to Greece twice – Athens/Santorini/Rhodos – think I should move back tomorrow……thanks again for making contact

    Michael Moore

  53. Elizabeth Kilpatrick says:

    Thanks for stopping by our blog and liking my post! I love your pictures – they are so beautiful!!

  54. beautiful photographs! all the very best in your interests …

  55. lattegirl says:

    Hi Dina. Your photographs are beautiful and I can’t wait to one day visit Greece. Thanks for visiting lattegirl.

  56. Dina,
    Thank you very much for liking my photos on 20 Lines a Day and visiting.
    I am very honoured..and your work here is magnificent !

    Kind regards

  57. bouphaphanh says:

    Dina, Hi from Canada! thanks for stopping by and checking out my photographs on my blog! I too would love to visit Greece one day…it’s been my photographic dream place…such a beautiful place!
    Have a wonderful day!

  58. norinep says:

    Love the photos, Dina! I’ve always wanted to visit Greece. Now I can through your photos!

  59. Demetrius Fordham says:

    Just check out your blog, love it! and thanks for like on mine!

  60. Oh what a cool blogg, and some beautiful pictures! I am from Préveza and i just loved the pictures you took from the town, it maked me miss Greece, you really have a tallent!

  61. Hello, Dina. I’m glad you enjoyed my blog and that I stopped by, which I’ll do again when I have more time. I visited Greece, along with most of the European countries in the 70’s when I was blessed to be there for almost a year. I loved Greece! I ate souvlaki and baklava as often as possible, had the most marvelous yogurt and lemons the size of grapefruit while on Naxos. But the people were the best thing. They were so friendly. I would love to go again.

    I also enjoyed Norway. Most of my time was spent in Stavanger but I did get up farther north. It has beauty of a completely different kind than Greece. I also rejoiced last year at how well Norway did in the Tour de France. Thor was great!

    Take care.

    • Dina says:

      Thank you 🙂 Its so great when people share there story’s) and I am very happy that you have had such a great experience here in Greece 🙂
      The people here are really friendly) Greece is truly a very welcoming country 🙂
      And I know, because I have lived here for the last 5 years 🙂 And my experience has only been good…
      I see that you also have visited Norway (Stavanger) that’s amazing) and Thor is really a good cyclist 🙂
      Thank you for your comment and taking the time to answer me, and sharing your story 🙂

      Sincerly Dina

  62. svearendil says:

    Enjoyed finding your blog…and I love seeing the Norwegian in addition to the English!

  63. Tea&Biscotti says:

    Hi Dina,

    I just wanted to say thank you so much for ‘liking’ my posts! My blog is only about 6 weeks old so its nice to know that you have “discovered” it. Also, what a great blog you have! We are planning a trip to Europe this summer and your pictures have just made we want to be in Greece!!
    I’m following you now, if you’re not already following me it would be really really great if you did!!
    Thanks again! 🙂

  64. sahbinahvioletflynn says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post “Hiking in the Fog”. Travelling can be so much fun, an adventure. But sometimes a local perspective is needed to make it truly special. Your site is a great resource for that….

  65. Awesome share! Appreciate it!

  66. Hey. Great blog you have here. Thanks for sharing your experience to the world. Cheers!

  67. Jenny says:

    Hei hei! For en god blog du har!! Jeg ser etter steder for bryllups reise saa dette er perfect timing! xoxoxox

    • Dina says:

      Hei:) Gratulerer så mye med bryllupet:) Giftet meg selv i fjor sommer, som du kanskje så på en av mine tidligere poster:):)
      Og Parga er et utrolig romantisk sted:) Absolutt et sted som er helt perfekt for bryllups reise:)

  68. Thank you so much for passing by my space and liking it!
    You live in a wonderful spot, I’m sure; I also come from an island, Sardinia… so I know how great it is… sun, sea, sailing, summer… spring… like now

    If I know anyone going that way, I’ll surely send them your way!

    Cheers… I’ll keep a tab on you posts from now on!
    All the best and a great spring ahead!

  69. bonniehull says:

    Thanks for the “like” Dina….your life sounds lovely…though I’ve been to Italy 14 times, I’ve not gotten to Greece…must do! BH

  70. Dina I want to thank you for visiting my site and for following my post. Your site is beautiful and allows me to have a taste of what Greece is like. I hope someday in my future I will have the opportunity to photography Greece like you have. Once again thank you for the visit and I will be looking forward to reading your posts.


  71. mizroket says:

    Hello Dina, thank you for visiting my blog 🙂 you are so lucky to be living full time in this lovely country. I simply fell in love with Greece two summers ago…
    I have another blog, which I started last summer. Unfortunately I haven’t had time lately to write, but soon there will be more about Greece and all the treasures I was fortunate to see there 🙂
    You are on my follow list for sure!

  72. HI Dina – Thanks for the ‘like’. I would love to visit Parga one day, now I know where to come for all the info I need!

  73. Thanks for stopping by and letting me know you liked my post about Tentsile ❤

  74. A Norwegian in Greece. I love the combination! I haven’t traveled much, but I will make sure to get some tips from you for Greece, and perhaps wherever you go from here.

  75. Hi! Thank you for visiting my blog, i’m glad you like it! 🙂 gorgeous photos on here, I’ve never been to Greece but have visited Crete, coming on here makes me want to go back! Beautiful. 🙂

  76. thx for stopping by my site….i am an avid traveler…….enjoy the journey

  77. truemuziklover says:

    Very good!! i like u helping others!!

  78. truemuziklover says:

    i ve seen ur city and country in hollywood movies.. its lovely!!

  79. Συγχαρητήρια για το όμορφο μπλοκ !! Οι φωτογραφίες ειναι υπέροχες!!
    Καλη συνέχεια.
    Ha en fin dag !

    Ha ted bra !

  80. julesdownunder says:

    Hi Dina,

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog! I was looking at your blog, and though I haven’t yet visited Greece, I certainly want to go now- your photographs are stunning!

  81. adrianduque89 says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog.

  82. Thandiwe says:

    Thanks for checking out my blog! What beautiful photos you have! I can’t wait to come and visit Greece sometime!

  83. mhdriver says:

    Thank you for visting my post and giving me a thumbs up. Several years ago I had plan to visit Greece but the plans fell through. Have not had the time or the money to put another trip together. I love your pictures and hope to see more in the future.

  84. wendystrohm says:

    Thank you for liking my poem Our Beach Hut.
    I love the photos on your blog
    Be happy

  85. xkake says:

    You are so lucky, I love Greece~

  86. ourmerrybee says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, and liking my post on the animals! I’m loving being here in Greece and can see why you’ve chosen to stay here – it’s so lovely.

  87. Cara Charlotte says:


    Jeg og en venninne planlegger en tur til Parga i august i sommer. Vi er atten år. Er det en del ungdommer i Parga, eller er det flest eldre mennesker? Og er det bra uteliv der? ( Tenker på nattklubber osv med unge mennesker?)

    • Dina says:

      Parga er et sted hvor det er begge deler:) Baade familier og ungdom:) det er masse utesteder, ikke saa mange nattklubber!! men i Hellas fortiden er barene det samme som nattklubber!!! vis dere tenker dere et sted med masse unge fra skandinavia saa er det en del men de fleste unge i Parga er fra hellas og italia…
      Jeg kom selv til Parga paa min foorste jente tur, og vi kom til bake hit veart eneste aar… Fordi Grekerne her nede viser deg rundt paa alt… Ska love dere t dere vil faa mye oppmerksomhet… Og det er jo alltid moro naar man skal paa jente tur:)

  88. Thank you for visiting my blog so I could find yours! I can’t wait to visit Greece, hopefully in the near future. Love the photos on your site, and your blog! Thanks for sharing.

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