Because I miss Iceland.
There was nothing as sweet as completing the 3-hour glacier hike hubby and I did in Iceland last year. Halfway into it, I wanted to turn back, but I couldn’t. Not without a guide to walk with me. I didn’t know how to walk on ice! It took a bit of time until I … More Word Press Photo Challenge: Victory
You are only quite a little fellow in a wide world after all! – JRR Tolkien
Alaska reminded me of Iceland. Both boast of mountains, clean sea water, and glaciers. They are two of the most beautiful places I have ever been, thus far. Alaska or Iceland? This scenery is by Saebrut in Iceland. It was taken during a walk on a windy afternoon. We had so much fun. 🙂 Alaska … More Snapshot Saturday: Alaska or Iceland?
Today’s Word Press Photo Challenge is a Mesh Photo Challenge. The app seems cool so, I’m giving it a try. Here are photos of Reykjavik looking pretty as usual.
A post titled, “10 Things I’m Happy I Did Whilst Travelling“ by James Scott on Globe Trotting inspired me to make a list of my own. It was fun recalling the places I had been and searching for pictures to post with them. 😊 1. Climb the strenuous 1 1/2 mile trail up Timpanogos Mountain in … More 10 Things I Do Not Regret Doing While Traveling
Fernweh (noun): German word for a strong longing to be away, to be somewhere. I have always enjoyed traveling. Back in my younger years (in my 20’s ☺️), I had looked forward to annual trips with my friends and co-workers. Those were so much fun. Back then, I looked forward to our trips, but I … More Afflicted by Fernweh; the Places I Long To See
There are an estimated 8 to 10 million puffins in Iceland. No wonder stuffed puffin toys are everywhere. I saw this huge one at a gift shop and wanted to take him home. But he was too large to stuff in my already overloaded luggage. I took a picture, instead. Hopefully, he’s found a home … More Memento Monday: Icelandic Stuffed Puffin
Icelandic Air in a can. I’m speechless.
How about a cup of tomato soup and a stick of bread this beautiful Tuesday? It’s healthy and it’s delicious! It has a powerful antioxidant in lycopene – the red hued nutrient in tomatoes. A cup of tomato soup has 13.3 milligrams of lycopene!