It’s hard to think of visiting Iceland and not instantly start planning your epic tour to see as many beautiful waterfalls as you possibly can. They are all so unique and absolutely spectacular.
Iceland is such a magical place. The Land of Fire and Ice is only about 300 miles long (and growing), but it feels so much bigger than that. Truly, it feels otherworldly.
North America is generally geographically divided into five regions: the mountainous west, the Great Plains, the Canadian Shield, the varied eastern region, and the Caribbean. Since my blog gives the Caribbean and Central America their own sections, we’ll focus on the three largest countries in North America.
Africa is generally divided into five regions: Northern Africa, Southern Africa, Western Africa, Eastern Africa, and Central Africa. Read on for more info on each of these regions!
If you’re looking into Icelandic budget travel, you’ve likely read that Iceland can be a bit of a pricey travel destination. I am a big believer of being budget travel minded while exploring the world, so I approached Iceland with that exact mindset. After a few visits, here are some of my budget tips and tricks.
We’ve all been on vacation, camera in hand, chasing that perfect shot. While that photo is often such an important thing to me, it should never be more important than being respectful, courteous and eco-friendly.