Life is a diversity of experiences. Every time I enter a room, it's a roll of a dice. I have no idea what I am doing or where I'm trying to get, I just know that I want to enjoy my life crossing out all the things in my bucket list.
It looks like an alien planet- this is how I often describe the geography of Iceland to friends. The terrain is just so totally different than anything I’ve ever seen before– moss-covered lava fields, sloping mountains, and pools of glaciers, are all large geological features that make this small island unique. I visit this chilly island once, a couple of months in March, and fell in love. With the country and the people.
The problem is, I seem to be drawn to the world’s most expensive countries. Having already drained my bank account during a trip to Finland and Denmark this year, the only logical thing to do next was book a two-week trip to Iceland. I regret nothing. This time I’m coming in the summer, so see the country 6 months later, with all the beauty Iceland has to offer.