Category: Iceland


I just love flying with Icelandair. They let you layover in Iceland for up to seven days on a transatlantic flight. I have taken advantage of this amazing perk before. But that was then. It had been a long time, and many, many transatlantic flights, so I decided it was high time I visit the […]

Iceland: Part 4

No trip to Iceland would be complete without doing the Golden Circle, a route through the Icelandic countryside and, incidentally, some of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world. We took our Sad Car from our little cabin in the lava fields and drove about 100km in total through Thingvellir National Park to a […]

Iceland: Part 3

Our first full day at Fljotstunga Traveller’s Farm, we enjoyed a few of the many delights that the farm and surrounding area offered. For such a remote place (I literally think I was the farthest away from a population of over 500,000 that I have ever been in my life- New Mexico and other remote […]

Iceland: Part 2

Our second full day in Iceland was dominated by a trip to the Blue Lagoon, a geothermally-heated collection of pools about 45 minutes south of Reykjavik. The warmth was welcome since we were thrown into winter temps after the end of summer in the USA!  Located in the middle of a lava field, it was […]

Iceland: Part 1

If you’re keeping up with me on Instagram or Facebook, you have noticed I’ve spent the past week in Iceland. Icelandair run a great promotion where you can layover in Iceland on any transatlantic flight, so I took full advantage by booking a week in Iceland. Seljalandsfoss, a waterfall on the way to Jokulsarlon I’m […]