Charming Towns and Seafood

Charming Towns and Seafood

Our third day in Iceland was another long one! After grabbing our donuts and coffee from Dunkin', we headed northwest for some more exploring. We started by driving north of Reykjavik, which took us through the Hvalfjörður Tunnel. This tunnel was completed in 1998, and ended up saving us close to an hour of driving while heading northwest. The tunnel is [...]

Waterfalls and Glaciers

Waterfalls and Glaciers

On our second day in Iceland, we were headed south! We started our day at 9am. You'll notice in our pictures that it's still very dark outside, which did nothing to help our jet lag. Once the snow was dusted off the car, we drove a few blocks down the street to Dunkin' Donuts. We could've [...]

Magnolia Plantation

Magnolia Plantation

My family drove all the way down from Pennsylvania to spend a week exploring Charleston. Before they came, they knew they really wanted to visit Magnolia Plantation, America's oldest public garden and Charleston's most visited plantation. It's been open to the public since 1870 and filled with blooming romantic-style gardens. Thankfully, Groupon was offering discounted general [...]

International Safety

International Safety

With graduation and summer quickly approaching here in the U.S., people are dreaming about trading those long hours at the office or all of the late night studying sessions in for their next summer getaway. For some, this may mean a short trip to the beach. For others, they are packing their bags and writing their itineraries for an [...]