G4 Apartment Grundarfjordur – Where to Stay in West Iceland

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Make G4 Apartment Grundarfjordur your home away from home. It really did feel like home! G4 Apartment Grundarfjordur is a cozy apartment by the seaside. You’ll fall in love. We did. Grundarfjordur is a small town, best known for the natural mountain attraction, Kirkjufell. For us, it was the perfect place to stay as a gateway to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula … Read More

Husavik Travel Guide – Day Trip to Husavik Iceland

Take a detour from the Ring Road for a day in Husavik. Husavik is a charming small town that’s best known as the whale watching capital of Iceland. We ventured there on a day trip while traveling between Lake Myvatn and Akureyri. While whale watching tours are the main reason why many people visit Husavik, it’s worth spending more time … Read More

Silva – Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurant in North Iceland

Silva is the only vegetarian and vegan restaurant in North Iceland. It’s actually the only vegan restaurant outside of Reykjavik! Silva is a vegan and vegetarian restaurant that’s a short drive away from Akureyri, a city that’s considered to be the capital of Iceland’s north. It’s nestled in the countryside in the village of Eyjafjarðarsveit, near Eyjafjörður. As you dine, … Read More

Wildlife Tourist Attractions to Avoid (and What to do Instead)

Wildlife tourist attractions to avoid, and alternative suggestions that don’t harm animals. Do you consider yourself to be an animal lover? Most people who frequent wildlife tourist attractions love animals. We want to see animals up close because we are fascinated by them. We admire them, or we think that they’re cute. However, many wildlife excursions, activities, and attractions cause … Read More

CabinZero Backpack – Our Favorite Carry On Luggage

We’ve found our new favorite backpacks! CabinZero is a backpack company for travelers by travelers. The idea for a durable, stylish, and useful came from CabinZero’s owner and frequent traveler, Neil Varden. As far back as 1993, he wanted a bag that he could bring backpacking around India, trekking to the forest or the beach, or even bringing to overseas … Read More

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