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Iceland Day 6 | Erik the Red, Horses Galore & Kirkjufell

By day 6 we were half way around the Snaefellsness Penisula & winding down our trip. But that didn’t mean there weren’t still amazing things to see. We started the morning at Erik the Red’s house. Prior to this I had no idea who any of the Erikkson children were or why that mattered. But…

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  • GranApril 12, 2017 - 10:33 pm

    Beautiful pictures, beautiful place.ReplyCancel

Iceland Day 5 | Godafoss, Northern Coast & Aurora

Day 5 started for us at Godafoss – a stunning waterfall that we got to not too long after day break. Mostly frozen over it was gorgeous, though difficult to shoot. After a bit of driving we spied a shipwreck off the right side of the road. We’re in Iceland so of course we have…

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Iceland Day 4 | Coastal Views, Turf Houses & Grjótagjá

Day Four in Iceland was one of traveling. We saw so many amazing things that day. But first, we started with a scrumptious breakfast. For camper life we ate pretty darn well. The camper was equipped with a gas stove & that coupled with our ‘refrigerator’ which was more of a plug-in cooler, we had…

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Iceland Day 3 – Jökulsárlón Lagoon, Ice Caving & the Northern Lights

While I was thoroughly amazed by the beauty surrounding me on day two of our Iceland adventure – I had no idea just how much still awaited me. Day three started at Jökulsárlón Glacier lagoon – where the early morning light stole my breath. I knew our time here was limited due to our ice…

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Iceland Day 2 – Solheimasandur Plane Wreck, Dyrholaey Cliffs & Glacier Lagoon

Oh Iceland – I was completely enthralled with you by the end of day one. Little did I know you were just getting started. While planning our trip, J & I both identified a few ‘must-do’s’. Places or things we felt were non-negotiable. Thankfully several of these overlapped which made our planning easier. The first…

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