Approaching Fantastic Geiranger

Jeg fant et par eldre bilder fra vår tur til Geiranger, og siden vi antagelig har fått mange abonnenter siden vi en gang var der, så har vi også lagt inn en link til selve Geiranger-reportasjen. Jeg tror mange vil ha utbytte av å kikke på den? Legg merke til hvordan veien plutselig ‘dobler’ tilbake?

NB! Jeg er litt forbauset over dere! Iht til min statistikk er det i dette øyeblikk 15 personer som har avgitt en ‘Like’  etter å ha sett 2 bilder? Men det er kun en – 1 – som har tatt seg tid til å se selve hovedreportasjen (Se link) med 40 bilder?!
Og det til tross for at dette er en av våre absolutt bedre reportasjer!
Ikke tid? Eller egentlig ikke interessert? Det skulle jeg gjerne visst!
Picture 1027bI found some old pictures taken under our late trip to the fantastic Geiranger! And since we have probably accquired a number of new subscribers since then, I’m also including a direct link to that particular photo report.
I really think many would appreciate the chance to see this report?
Please observe how the road suddenly doubles back on itself!

NB!  I’m a bit surprised with you guys!  In the moment of writing this, 15 visitors have left us a ‘Like’ (presumably because they liked the 2 pictures?) But only one  – 1 –  have bothered to take the time to check out the main report with 40 pictures! (See Link)
And in spite of this being one of our better photo reports!?
No time? Not really interested? That I’d really like to know?!
Picture 1031b(Compliments of SRB )

Please take me back to INDEX for a new destination!

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4 Responses to Approaching Fantastic Geiranger

  1. Hanna says:

    The hotel looks really great but we were hiking in Tafjord back in 1994. We took the bus to Åndalsness and I will never ever forget the road over the mountain. Somehow that experience never left me. The fog hide some of the cairns so the mysticism and the supernatural was almost real. A fantastic experience❤

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