We pulled over for a coffee break after a long hours of being on the road and I saw this cute photo on the wall . I asked the lady behind the counter where is this place at and then she told me it’s only 10 min away from their coffee shop .. 😁🙌.
.Arnarstapi small fishing village .
I’ve been saving all the PTO for mini trips to one perfectly perfect nation way up north. 💕 I’ll be back at this spot on Saturday morning / laugardagur morgun and I imagine it will look similar as my last visit—lots of rain, perhaps more coats, and a bit darker. Some people like Disneyland (my personal hell), but I choose this place always. 😜
Crashing waves barely distinguish the impossibly blue ocean from the unexpectedly blue sky. The natural bridge of black stone dressed in cheerful mossy flora arches in a way that somehow feels both sturdy and precarious beneath my feet. Would you dare to cross the stone bridge?
This one was fun mainly because you played a bit of a balancing game when walking on rocks in the creek to get through the canyon opening to view the waterfall. Or, if you’re like me and realize you haven’t fully tested JUST HOW WATERPROOF those hiking boots really are, you test them right then and there 💅
$30 sushi platter. Sashimi was very fresh and delicious. But the sushi was not good. Way too much rice on the roll and not enough filling inside. The wasabi was super light. Each roll avg. $20 on the menus. This is considered affordable sushi in Iceland. #lindabites
Land of the midnight sun. Having light 24/7 makes quite the time exploring. But when it’s 1am and the view is good and the remarkably soft, mossy grass has gifted you the perfect mattress it’s time to set up camp. Just gotta make sure you have a couple knit hats to cover those eyes! #liveituplookinup