Road Tripping Scotland: Edinburgh to Aberdeen via the Fife Coastal Route

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There honestly aren’t any words to describe just how ecstatic I was to go back to Scotland. I first visited the home of ‘Nessie in 2012 and quickly fell head over heels in love. I can still remember getting into Edinburgh and stepping off of the airport shuttle and feeling an overwhelming sense of home […]

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Day Five of Driving Iceland’s Ring Road: Bathing in Beer + One Last Waterfall

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We were able to spend our 10 days in Iceland on a relatively affordable budget, scrimping and saving almost wherever we could, however, on day five of our Ring Road adventure, we simply couldn’t resist doing a little splurging. Goðafoss We started the morning by heading out to one of my favourite waterfalls in Iceland […]

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Self Driving The Golden Circle + Nearly Killing Our Rental Car in the Process

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The Golden Circle is quite possibly the most common day trip to take from Reykjavik. The itinerary usually includes Gullfoss waterfall, Strokkur geysir and Thingvellir National Park. There is a good reason why these places are in such high demand – they are gorgeous! I had done this day tour on my first trip to […]

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Hot Dogs, Haircuts and a Whole Lotta Penis… I’m Back in Iceland!

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When you travel, you will inevitably discover places that you fall in love with and by the same token, you will also find places that you don’t ever feel the urge to return to. For me, Iceland is one of those places that I will always want to go back to. When I started planning […]

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Getting Into Trouble at Saksun

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I only have a handful of travel related regrets, but unfortunately, I have a new one to add to that list. I thoroughly and wholeheartedly regret visiting the town of Saksun in the Faroe Islands. The town itself exudes a dark and dreamy kind of beauty and looks like nowhere else on the planet. It […]

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A Completely Foolproof Guide to Hiking Lake Sørvágsvatn

The diverse and dramatic landscapes of the Faroe Islands seem to beg to be hiked, but the unpredictable and largely rainy Faroese climate can make hiking unpleasant and rather hazardous. Lake Sørvágsvatn is a fairly easy hike, but despite this, I wouldn’t recommend doing it in the rain. This is partly due to the slippery rocks […]

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