I have mentioned before that there were certain things that I missed out on the last two times I was in Iceland so I had to go back and do them. These are the 6 things I found on my final trip to Iceland this year. Kerið Along the Golden Circle route along road 52, there … More In Iceland: 6 New Things
If there is one thing I wanted this time round in Iceland, it was to go further, to push outside of where I have been and to explore more. Going west was something that I really wanted to do. There was one sight in particular that I was desperate to see and I have to say, … More In Iceland: A Taste of The Snæfellsnes Peninsula
Being able to explore the South Coast of Iceland is a wonderful experience. The scenery along the ring road is stunning and there are so many stops along the way. I definitely recommend you pull off and explore these beautiful spots. Black Sand Beach In Vík There is a small residential area just behind this … More In Iceland: 3 Spots on the South Coastline
*Note that this land has been closed off to tourists. Read about it here. I have seen so many photos of the plane wreck and I decided that it is something I had to go see. And I did. There are lots of different versions of the story behind it, regardless, it is an … More In Iceland: Sólheimasandur Plane Wreck
I have seen people go on glacier walks and I just thought it would be an amazing thing to do but it is very pricy and I just don’t have the money. So this trip I wanted to touch a glacier, not get on one, just put my hand on it’s amazingness.Side note, never get … More In Iceland: Svínafellsjökull
I tried to drive here in January but it was impossible with the amount of light in Winter and the snow. This time, I was determined to get there, it was the first place on my list. The first place where I was heading. I arrived at Jökulsárlón at 10pm so it was dark and … More In Iceland: Jökulsárlón and the Iceberg Beach
I have previously written about self driving in January but now I want to talk about what it’s like in September. September is that lovely time where the Summer heat is cooling off and it’s really pleasant light layer weather. I think driving in September is perfect. It’s not likely to snow, although it is Iceland, … More In Iceland: Driving in September.