Hiking Iceland’s Waterfalls: Glymur
About an hour’s drive north of the capital, we stopped to hike one of Iceland’s most beautiful and legendary waterfalls - Glymur!
Hiking to the Fagradalsfjall Volcano
The eruption of the Fagradalsfjall volcano has been described as a "tourist eruption" and it was THE tourist destination of the year.
Two Weeks in Iceland: The Ultimate Road Trip
Along the way around Iceland's Ring Road, you’ll find the most popular tourist attractions and gorgeous out-of-this-world secluded spots.
Snorkeling in Silfra, Iceland
About an hour’s drive from Reykjavik is Sifra - Iceland’s most popular diving and snorkeling site.
Finding a Sign in Iceland
Here’s the thing about Iceland-it’s a fascinating place; the ever changing landscapes, the unpredictable weather, the unrelenting winds, the extraordinary views, and the food. But it’s almost as if they don’t want you to know how great it is here. They’re not braggarts or, truth be told, helpful. It’s almost as if they have a national motto, “Welcome to Iceland, now you’re on your own!” There is a definite lack of signage here. You need to really, really, really know where you want to go and how to get there. Yes, yes, yes there are “signs” on the road, but they make no sense – it’s a bunch of consonants…
When God gives you Covid – You Make Vodka!
September 9, 2020 So… Here I am planning another long distance walk (ok, escape). I marched some 500 miles across Spain four years ago and I loved it. Loved it! I pushed my fat ass further and farther than I ever thought possible and I fukkin loved it. I dream about going back to the Camino de Santiago and rejoining the pilgrims as they push themselves past the wine, windmills, and wild paths. But- It’s a big ass world out there and I’ve got a big ass waiting to see it all. I’ve decided I’m going to try to plod along England’s Pennine Way-the Brit’s granddaddy of grand walks. The…