A (Pretty Much Perfect) 10 Day Ring Road Itinerary + Guide to Travel in Iceland

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Over the past few years, Iceland has absolutely exploded – and I’m not talking about their (many) volcanoes! In the blink of an eye, Iceland has gone from an off the beaten track travel destination to one of the most coveted tourist hotspots on the planet. For this reason, many intrepid adventurers may be discouraged […]

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Travelling at 19 and Travelling at 26: What’s Changed (and what hasn’t)

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My travelling journey started in 2012, when I was barely 19 years old. Seven years later, I find myself closer to thirty than twenty (mildly terrifying) and even though seven years may not sound like a lot, in that time, I have achieved so much. I’ve travelled to all seven continents, explored over 60 countries […]

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The Ultimate (and updated) Solo Travellers Bucket List

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The last time I sat down and actually wrote down my bucket list, it was 2017! Two years later and I have actually managed to tick off quite a few more of these items, and added even more things to the list, because of course I have! So, here is an updated bucket list with […]

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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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Torrential Rain, Waterfalls and Incredible Landscapes: Exploring the Faroe Islands

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I had mixed feelings about travelling to the Faroe Islands. On one hand, I was über excited to be heading to the dramatic and other-worldly landscapes that I had heard so many positive things about, but on the other hand, I didn’t feel great about visiting a country that has some very questionable traditions. The Grindadráp […]

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17 Things You Need To Know Before Travelling to Comoros

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When I decided to visit the Comoros, naturally, I started trying to research as much as I could about the country. I shouldn’t really have been surprised, but the amount of information for travellers available is really very minimal. So, as an effort to help any other travellers who are researching a trip to the […]

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