Today Adriana takes us on an adventure to Iceland, where she and her family travelled 3500km, by car, around this amazing island; spotting wildlife, unique landscapes and stunning scenery along the way.
We all know the internet was created so people could share photos of cute animals. Who are we to defy the internet? That’s why today we want to share with you our favourite photos of the furry creatures we’ve encountered on our travels.
If you’re looking for dramatic landscapes and incredible natural phenomena; if you crave wide open spaces without another person in view; if you want to be inspired and haveza your breath-taken away, all without venturing too far from the comforts of a capital city, Iceland’s Golden Circle is the place for you.
Andrew and I aren’t particularly religious but in our travels we’ve visited many beautiful religious buildings of various faiths. We can’t help but admire the devotion and attention to detail that has gone into these various structures. Despite your religious affiliation (or lack thereof) it’s hard to not find these places both awe-inspiring and peaceful.
A few weeks ago, we told you about our favourite air-port layover ever, The Blue Lagoon, geo-thermal spa, in Iceland. Today, we want to give you a peek inside the spa, and tell you why you can’t miss this travel destination, in Iceland.
Normally when I’m booking flights, I look for those without layovers. There’s nothing worse than waiting around an airport for hours, for your next flight, unless it’s running, breathless, from one terminal to the next, before your gate closes. But this summer, when flying from Brussels to Halifax, Canada, we had an incredible layover. In fact, it was so good, we’re hoping to do it again on our next transatlantic flight.
What could be so great about a nine hour layover? Well, for starters, we spent it in a thermal pool, surrounded by incredible scenery, with access to a swim-up bar. Where was this magical airport you ask? Reykjavik, Iceland – my new favourite transatlantic layover destination.