2017 in travel & my 2018 travel plans

Ok, I know everyone is doing these posts right now and I’m jumping right on that bandwagon because I love reading about where people have been and their plans for the year ahead.   I seriously love organising trips; it…

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12 photos to inspire you to visit Iceland’s Snaefellsnes Peninsula right now

  It’s been almost a year since my Mum and I went to Iceland and by far one of the highlights was our trip to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula with Gateway to Iceland.   Since we were visiting in December, neither…

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11 fun, free things to do in Reykjavik

It’s true; Reykjavik is an expensive city (especially if you’re British because the exchange rate is so bad for us). Luckily, there are plenty of free things you can do while exploring Iceland’s capital city.   Admire some weird and…

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What to take on a winter trip to Iceland

There is a saying in Iceland, “there is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing and bad attitudes” and it is so true. If you’re headed to Iceland during the winter and want to stay warm and dry,…

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I saw the northern lights in Iceland & I’m gonna spam you with photos of it

Seeing the northern lights is probably on most people’s “list”, and that dream finally came true for me in Iceland a few weeks ago. A few months before heading to Iceland, I came across Arctic Shots; a tour company based…

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Discover Reykjavik with a free walking tour from CityWalks

One of the best ways to find out about a destination is to speak with the locals; and that’s exactly what happens on CityWalks’ free walking tour of Reykjavik. While my Mum and I were researching what to do in…

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10 pieces of Reykjavik’s street art you need to see & where to find it

Reykjavik might not be the kind of city you’d associated with a big street art scene, but you cannot miss the colourful, and slightly bizarre, pieces plastered on shop fronts, peeking out from alleyways, and on the pavement. This post…

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