Welcome to the island of eternal spring. The island of a thousand faces and the island that will take your breath away. Colourful flowers, dramatic mountains and clear waters full of rich marine life. Add lovely people, delicious wine and food and there you have a perfect destination for your vacation!
Eh… who doesn't like spring? The nature is slowly waking up, flowers are blooming, the birds are singing louder and louder day by day and the sun is getting stronger, warming up your body and soul. And then... there is spring in Iceland.
Looking back at all my travels, I feel so grateful for all the opportunities I've had in my life. 2015 was a year of one ended relationship, a year of many new beautiful friendships. A year of hiking the mountains, picking cherries and surfing the ocean. A year full of new challenges and my first year of my blogging.
The Canadian Rockies blew my mind. The rugged mountains, pristine hiking trails, deep Canadian woods and colourful alpine meadows full of wildlife, crackling glaciers and dramatic waterfalls and lakes whose turquoise blue water are just so unreal.
Where you should travel to see the best northern lights in the world? When is the best time to see them and how to hunt for them?
You can live your dreams if you really want to. Don't be your own enemy. The more time you have the more money you can save. Long-term travel can be much cheaper than living an 'ordinary' life.
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In the Pacific Ocean, there is an island draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs. The island of hidden waterfalls, lush rainforest and red canyon walls.
One of the biggest travel myths out there is that you need to be independently wealthy to see the world. I admit, I used to believe that myth as well. But after four years of traveling I know this is simply not true... Read this ULTIMATE GUIDE for long term traveling and start to fulfill your travel dreams today.
Starry skies, dancing northern lights, mysterious glaciers, snow-tipped peaks, eerie lakes and deep limestone canyons. Photographer and adventurer Paul Zizka will blown your mind with his photographs. Interview with this incredibly talented artist.
Do you like the idea of living on the yacht in Caribbean, practising yoga in Cambodia, riding horses in New Zealand, making your scuba diving licence in Greece, surfing long days in Nicaragua or help with dog sledding in Norway?
Before my trip some friends of mine looked at me like I was a bit crazy to go to Iceland in winter, but now I know that it was the best decision I could have ever made! YES! Iceland in winter is a big win! Incredible northern lights, blue ice caves, less tourists, budget friendly and so much more!
Have you ever dreamed about visiting another planet? Well you can! And without leaving the planet Earth. There is another world hidden under the hundreds years old glacier in Iceland. There are many ice caves around the world (Alaska, Russia, Switzerland,…), but the Icelandic ones are considered to be the most beautiful.