Blog

Iceland’s Thermal Pools: A Step By Step Guide

During my trip to Iceland I was fortunate to visit three hot pools: The Blue Lagoon, Sundholl, and Laugardalslaug. Each was a very relaxing experience once I was in the water, but the logistics can be mildly stressful when you’re not 100% sure what to expect. Read on to find out the details about logistics, appropriate etiquette, and which tubs you do and don’t want to get into.

Iceland on a Budget

If you’re planning a trip to Iceland, you’ve probably already heard that it’s expensive. While this is true, it is possible to travel to Iceland on a relatively small budget with a few concessions. If you’re less budget conscious, you can still use these tips to prioritize your spending. Here are some tips for saving money from the start of your trip until the finish.

My Ancestry Travel Goals

A few years ago I got to dip my feet into Lake Thun in Thun, Switzerland, on which my great, great grandfather was a ferry boat operator. I’ve slowly dabbled in learning more about my ancestry and recently got my ancestry.com DNA test back. The results? Some of it was expected, but some of it was a huge surprise. All of it sparked my wanderlust and I now have several new destinations on my list.

Book Review – 40 Ways To Travel Better: Your Complete Guide To Maximize Time, Money, & Energy

Living in the Midwest of the U.S., it’s imperative to have some “winter reading” to get through times when it can even be dangerous to be outside. If the book is about traveling to places where you can go outside, that’s even better. So I jumped at the offer to review Kristin Blake’s book, 40 Ways To Travel Better: Your Complete Guide To Maximize Time, Money, & Energy.