There are still SO many places we need to visit around the world, but here's our top 10 favorite photos we've taken from around the world that inspires us to travel more.
How much do things cost in Iceland? I get asked this question a lot when talking about Iceland. There's some areas where Iceland is really expensive, like food and gas, but there are some ways to keep the costs down. Here’s a breakdown of how much we spent on our 7-day road trip in Iceland.
If you know me, you know that Iceland is on of my favorite countries to visit. Here are my top 10 reasons why I love this country so much.
I absolutely love planning out trips, so I was super excited to create this ultimate 7-day road trip itinerary in Iceland! There’s so many great locations, that it was hard to choose some over the other, but I think for the most part, we were able to experience everything we wanted on this trip to Iceland.
There are plenty of accommodations to choose from in Iceland, but which one is right for you? We decided to do a mixture of hotels, cottages and Airbnb. Here are some of our favorite (and not so favorite) places we stayed at throughout our road trip in Iceland.
We heard from a lot of people that eating in Iceland could be a problem, especially in the remote areas, but for the most part, we were able to find good food. Lots of hot dogs, but we intentionally chose to get hot dogs because they were cheap, different and so good.
Are you getting prepared for your adventure in Iceland!? Want to know a little more about the Iceland roads before you start your trip on the Ring Road!? Well, you’ve come to the right place!
Getting ready for your road trip to Iceland? Here's some essentials that'll be helpful for your adventure!
There were 3 things I wanted to do on this trip to Iceland: Visit the Solheimasandur plane crash, pet some Icelandic horses and see the Northern Lights. I'm happy to say that I was able to accomplish all three of these things and the Northern Lights were definitely high on my list!
The Sólheimasandur plane wreckage is a famous site in Iceland where a plane crashed in November 1973. The US Navy airplane - a Douglas Super DC-3 - was forced to crash land on Sólheimasandur beach. The crew all survived the impact, but the plane was abandoned and still lies there after 4 decades.