We had to hurry our arses off as we still had a lot of driving to do and not a lot of time! Travel guides and locals raved about the beauty of the little town of Seyðisfjzörður, where Walter Mitty stopped over to find Sean Penn while the volcano was erupting. We had rotten luck as … More Puffins galore & rotten egg smell
We were super excited because we knew that we were going to spot some crazy beautiful landscapes. Some scenery that would leave us even more speechless than all the ones that we’d seen so far. We started with a visit of Skaftafell National Park, the one that we barely explored the previous day, and this time we … More Waterfalls, lagoons and langoustines!
The day started nicely with the Black Sheep who was already getting on our nerves. Departure planned for 8:00am and it was already 9:00am. I was helping Adeline to fold up her tent that she shared with Black Sheep the previous night. Black Sheep did not care and disappeared every few minutes I-don’t-know-where, instead of helping us clean out … More From the black sand beaches of Vik, to the glaciers of Skaftafell, via the Canyons of Fjadrargljufur
We met at the airport, Adeline and her massive large bag which, when on her back, hid her mane of hair; as well as Sandra, who brought a large backpack and a huge suitcase. Lucky I told them that we had booked a small compact car and so we needed to travel light (for 10 days). … More The Golden Circle : Þingvellir, Geysir & Gullfoss
Iceland, we dreamed about it, we finally discovered it! We wanted to see something new that would not look like anything else. So, for those who dream about spending their summer holiday in a country where the temperature does not exced 13°c (at the most), for the ones who want to practise their english with … More Iceland, FYI