Norway is a Never, Neverland


My obsession with Disney is probably old news to many of you but my favorite book is actually Peter Pan by Sir James M. Barrie. While the book is much darker and allegorical than the whimsical cartoon portrayal, both revolve around a beautiful paradise called Neverland.

After a few days into my fjord trip, I started noticing just how much Norway reminded me of Neverland. Both are as mysterious as they are magical, as geographically intimidating as they are breathtakingly beautiful.

This is how I imagine Neverland Geiranger

Here is one way to get there spotted in Håholmen

Enter the forest – Åndalsnes

A Skull Rock Lookalike en route to Geiranger

Mermaid LagoonStryn/Loen

Pirate Ships, (Viking Ships in this case) – Kvernes Stave Church

Walk the PlankGeiranger

Creating a RainbowGeiranger


Megan McDonough
Megan Eileen McDonough is writer, blogger and social media specialist based in New York City. She also runs Bohemian Trails, a lifestyle blog designed for the savvy and stylish traveler. Bohemian Trails aims to feature must-see places around the world, covering everything from revamped neighborhoods and vibrant street art to innovative tech hubs and everything in between. Her cultural escapades have taken her to Latin America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

Megan is also a freelance writer and social media specialist based in New York City. She contributes to various online and print publications in the travel and fashion industries and is an international correspondent for both Jetsetter and Northstar Travel Media.
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