Hiking a Glacier in Iceland


When in the land of fire and ice, it only makes sense to make time to actually walk on ice. However, in order to hike a glacier you really need the right a equipment and a guide who knows the ice. We were hesitant to book a tour because we didn’t want to limit our schedule… Read more »

Driving Iceland’s Golden Circle


The Golden Circle is probably the most traveled route in Iceland. It’s the perfect way to see some of the unique landscapes Iceland has to offer in just a day – so whether you’re in Iceland on a stopover or traveling around the country, the Golden Circle is a must visit spot. Several tour buses… Read more »

Portland, Maine: A Foodie Paradise

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Portland is a quaint town (though the largest city in Maine) that over the years has become a foodie paradise. With more than 230 restaurants and only about 66,000 residents, Portland supposedly has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the United States except for San Francisco. Ask a local where the best place… Read more »

Driving the Ring of Kerry


If there’s one thing that defined our Ireland trip it was unpredictability. Usually a pretty heavy planner, we arrived in country with just basic ideas of what we wanted to do each day. Driving the Ring of Kerry wasn’t on our list, but once again another one of my island day trip ideas didn’t happen… Read more »