Posts made in May, 2015


Iceland Adventures Iceland is one of those countries I’ve always thought would be cool to visit, but never realistically thought I’d get the chance… and I’m so glad I did! We weren’t originally planning on it until we found out we could have a stopover up to seven days flying Icelandair, and it easily became one of my favorite places on the whole trip. This wild island of hot pools, volcanoes, waterfalls,...

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Small captured moments from our journey to three Scandinavian capital cities: Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo– which all had some of the most highly rated coffee shops worldwide. Coffee notes are for another post in itself, so here are pictures of the remaining adventures here! Copenhagen, Denmark Copenhagen was something special. Once we got out of the metro and started walking towards our hostel in Old Town, we could feel it....

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Little London Moments We made it to the famous London! Here are a little of my captured moments here..   Campden Town Our first day here, we put the iconic sites on hold to meet up with one of our good friends Lindsay, who started off our adventures by taking us to Campden Town. Aside from having a lovely time just hanging out with him and his girl Alice, we had fun strolling through the punkish and artsy district, relaxing over...

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En Route to London: York, Oxford and Cotswolds These were a couple places we wanted to stop by and admire before we got to London. The drive itself was something to remember; watching the rolling hills and colorful fields as we drove by was so beautiful. The guys really caught on quickly to driving on the left side of the road too! There were a couple of close calls, but thanks to Google Maps and shrieking passengers we arrived in one...

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It was sad leaving Isle of Skye, since it was so beautiful. Yet its captivating landscapes faded out for a few more hours as we were on the road to our next big stop: Edinburgh, Scotland. We stopped along the way at Eilean Donan Castle, which one of the castles I had wanted to see… isn’t it so romantic and regal? It’s so isolated in the midst of water and rugged hills, I’m amazed people ventured so far out to build such a place!...

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