Ice, Ice, Baby…

Iceland, The Ultimate Land of Enchantment…

Amazing.

Vik

Unbelievable.

Stora-Viti

Natural wonders.

Captivating.

Fjadrargljufur

No shopping.

Sightseeing of a different nature.

Budir

Just returned from a week of awe inspiring moments and adventures in Iceland.

Bragdavellir

I worked for months on planning the Icelandic adventure.

I wasn’t taking on world peace, but I was challenged.

Blue Lagoon

I could not retain the names of any places.

Soo many consonants and vowels and so little grasp of the language.

Godfoss

I consider myself fluent now that I know floss, fjord, hallo, dur, tak, ja.

Lodging prices are sky high…NYC pricing.

Dill Restaurant, #1 in Reykjavik

Food prices are exorbitant. Rumor had it that the food was terrible, but we found just the opposite.

Geographically, I took on the entire country and we were successful in traversing the entire island.

Hallgrims Church

Ryklavik is the largest, most populated city in Iceland, but it definitely projects a small town vibe.

A day is definitely enough time…strap on your waterproof hiking boots and then dodge the city.

Geysir

The Golden Circle, complete with geysers, waterfalls and glaciers, is visually exciting and appealing.

Gullfoss

The true essence of the country lies outside Rykjavik and the surroundings areas.

Vik

Vik blew my mind.

Jokulsarlon icebergs

Jokulsarlon iceberg was other worldy.

Djupivogur

Hofn and environs was mesmerizing. We stayed in an isolated cabin on a farm and witnessed the Northern Lights and easily accessible waterfalls.

Jukolsarlon

The Snaefellsnes Peninsular was captivating.

Enjoy the photos and if you have an opportunity, experience Iceland.

 

2 Comments

  1. I am glad you were able to experience Iceland before it all melts away!!!

  2. liz ketaineck says:

    Super photos!

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