We were up bright and early on our first full day in Iceland. On the road before the sun, we were eager to really see what this country of ice and fire had to offer. Continue reading “Visiting Two Continents, Petting Horses and Almost Going to Prison in Iceland”
** I’m writing this post while in the bath in hopes to trigger more memories from the luxurious warm waters of the Blue Lagoon **
The Blue Lagoon is considered Iceland’s biggest tourist trap. But you know what, I personally thought it was A-MA-ZING and can’t think of a better way to kick off our Icelandic adventure.
On a whim, I bought tickets to Iceland, and it was one of the most adventurous and amazing things I have done in my life. It turned out to be unlike any other vacation I have taken and will certainly hold some of my most cherished memories.
Now, if you are thinking about visiting Iceland, I have two words for you: do it! Continue reading “Things to Know Before You Visit Iceland”
I’ve been living in the suburbs my entire life, in a small(ish) town just outside of Montreal. In Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, to be exact, and as you can see by its thrilling wiki page, it’s not the most exciting place in the world.
But I love it. When I tell people that I moved out of my parents house only to get my very own place just a few kilometers away, I get a funny look.
And then comes the question… Why didn’t you move downtown?!
My answer always seems to leave fellow millennials slack jawed and wide eyed, their brains trying to imagine someone my age not craving the convenience, the nightlife, the hustle and bustle of city living.