Scotland is well known for its wild nature, historical castles and whisky trails. However, it also has more exotic side, not many know about. Want to find out about the unusual places in Scotland?
Do you want to know how to travel more with a full-time job? I managed to travel to 11 countries in one year with full-time job and on a budget. Want it too? Check my traveling tips for going on holidays more while working full-time. It is possible!
Let’s be honest, Iceland is not cheap. Classified as the most expensive country, it can make an impression that you need to rob a bank first to travel there. Is it true?
Is it delicious or disgusting? Check what is skyr, why the sharks are buried and what to cook in a geyser.
Known for its unique atmosphere and untouched nature, Iceland has many secret places that will make your experience truly unforgettable. Discover Iceland off the beaten path and see where to find Icelandic hidden gems with the exact location map.
What are the places that you just have to see when travelling in south Iceland?
Eleven visited countries (including five brand new ones!), exploring England and Scotland, solo travelling, travelling as a couple, amazing people, great memories, freedom, love and happiness. But also difficult decisions, people’s bad intentions, disappointments, changes. A lot of changes. What a year!
Expensive prices, broken engine, blown up tyres, huge fines for invisible scratches, additional fees for “needed” insurance – internet stories about car rentals in Iceland can sometimes be like taken straight from the horror movie. Is it really that bad? How to make it much more pleasant experience? What other options for traveling around Iceland you have?
Hidden in the mountains, surrounded by lava fields, small or big, natural or built with a little help of people – Iceland has many different types of hot pools dotted around the island.
Land of ice and fire. Active volcanoes, bubbling hot springs, immense lava fields covered with bright green moss. Black beaches, blue ice lagoons, wide glaciers flowing down the mountains. Powerful waterfalls splashing water drops, dancing northern lights making great show on the black night sky. You can see it all, and even more during one week in Iceland, and without 4×4 car. How?