PREPARE TO EXPLORE
Choose your own adventure travel blog
For years, I’ve always kept a large garbage bag in my luggage. And it’s continued to come in handy.
In Cuba, we found out that we couldn’t flush our used toilet paper in the toilet at our AirBnB. Instead, we had to put it in a mesh bathroom trash can.
Luckily, I had a trash bag. Thank God. It’s also great for holding wet clothes or dirty ones that need to be washed.
Iceland is the only place I've ever visited, where I felt an immediate connection.
When I arrive in Iceland, I feel like I've come home.
As millions of people flock to Iceland to explore the country’s unmatched beauty, few are willing to go off the beaten path to see more than what’s on the guided tour.
Here’s a breakdown of places you should also see after checking out the big tourist attractions.
If you’re anything like me, I get stressed the moment I land in another country’s airport. I want to figure out where I’m going, find the currency exchange, get something to eat, find my rental car and so on and so on and so on.
Instead, sit down for 15 to 20 minutes after you deplane.
Take your time. Get the lay of the land. Then, after some time, begin your adventure.
The best way to take in the natural beauty and unmatched splendor of Iceland is by renting a car and driving.
But before you sign on the dotted line and take to the roads, there’s a few things you should know first about driving in the Land of Fire and Ice.
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