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Make sure to scroll to the bottom to see my top 11 photos from our tour of Iceland. We have completed the entire Ring Road around the circumference of Iceland plus a stunning side trip to the West Fjords. More on that area later. Before we get to the photos, please enjoy some interesting stats from our time in Iceland: - Total days: 10 - Kms driven: 2154 - Sheep[...]Read More
I mean, look at this place. Who wouldn't want to visit a location where you could get up close to icebergs, glaciers, rivers and New Zealand's highest peak? Beyond these obvious draws, there ended up being several reasons that the Hooker Valley Track would end up being my most favourite hike I've ever done. Read on to find out more! 1) Camping Convenience We had set up camp in the[...]Read More
Is it weird that we need an Island getaway from our Island home? Maybe. But until you've experienced the super chill vibe found on the Southern Gulf Islands surrounding Vancouver Island you won't really understand what a difference there is. Life on the Islands is much slower and truly feels like a great escape, without having to travel very far at all. If you are located on Vancouver Island and[...]Read More
We left Reykjavik early this afternoon after securing our rental car and supplying ourselves with food and beverages for one week of life on the road. We were still feeling really exhausted from the jet lag and synapses were not firing at optimal levels which made simple tasks like driving and navigating super challenging! We had originally planned to head to NW Iceland but upon seeing the weather forecast for[...]Read More
Milford Sound is in a pretty remote location in Fiordland, along the south west coast of New Zealand's South Island. The drive from Te Anau to Milford Sound is beyond breathtaking. The drive is long and there are no gas stations, so fill up before you leave Te Anau We were there in late November and the river valleys were all exploding with wild blooming lupins. If you plan your trip[...]Read More
Anyone who has moved to the West Coast from Eastern Canada will tell you that there is no comparison to be found here to the absolutely stunning fall display that presents itself in late September and October throughout the eastern Canadian boreal forests. Having grown up in North Western Ontario as well as having lived for 7 years in Eastern Ontario, each fall my heart pangs a bit that I am missing[...]Read More