This post documents two of our final days in Iceland. Fitting two days into one post is surprisingly easy at this point of the trip because there isn’t a huge amount to see along the North and West coast of Iceland.
But this is why going anti-clockwise on your road trip is so important.… Read the rest
Day 3 After a stunning theatrical display in the clear skies the night before, the pleasant scenery we woke up to was quite unexpected.
The slip road we were forced to nervously park up on wasn’t someone’s driveway, or a farm. But a road delivering us to the shore. It was a road people used to take their boats to the ocean!… Read the rest
Day 2 (Part 2) After a wonderful morning riding Icelandic horses, we grabbed some hotdogs from a drive-through hotdog place (very common in Iceland), and continued our journey.
Before we knew it, we found a beautiful waterfall. We waded through the American and Asian tourists with their iPhones and selfie sticks before taking our own photos and jumping back in the van to find a less busy area to explore.… Read the rest
– First of all, I was so upset because I didn’t have my phone with me on the ride. All photos of me riding were on the other rider’s phone. And thank goodness she was kind enough to send them to me after we got home!
We were up much of the night due to the high winds, which turned out to be stronger than usual according to an Icelander I spoke to in the morning who was worried her cottage would be blown away!… Read the rest