As humans, we tend to want what we don’t — or can’t — have. So while you’re building your never-ending list of places you can’t visit right now, add to it these locales you can literally never visit, under any …
We Married Adventure has written another piece for Lonely Planet!
Leg 01 of our trip around the world would see us traveling from our home in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, to Toronto, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Scotland, England, Wales, Lisbon, Azores, Madeira, and Canary Islands.
My friend Wanda collects postcards. So, during our trip around the world, I will be writing to her from various places and sharing them with you. She gets the originals with the stamps and the actual postcards, though.
After our visit to Iceland last spring, we had often wondered if the experience was a fluke. Would Iceland deliver a second time?
This year has easily been our most prolific travel year since Angela and I married adventure and each other nearly a decade ago. In 2017 we saw four continents, nine U.S. states, twelve countries and territories, and I got to …
I have been traveling with a quadcopter drone and shooting aerial video for over three years now, capturing some excellent footage in remote locations. And while I've always been pleased with the results as my experience grew with the technology, …
No matter what you want to see and do in Iceland and what time of year you're visiting, there are some basic things that will help you prepare for your trip.
Thanks to the freedom of a rental car, we were able to travel along Iceland's southern coast at our own pace toward the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, where we hoped to see the Northern Lights.
Perhaps the most well-known tourist excursion in Iceland is the Golden Circle, a route that takes visitors from Reykjavík to the Haukadalur geysers, the famous Gullfoss or "Golden Falls," and the Þingvellir national park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.