Iceland in winter was probably the hardest trip I’ve ever packed for. The weather can get crazy cold/rain/wind, but then can also be somewhat nice (as you can tell by my not wearing a coat in the photo below). I’ve listed here some essential clothes and brand suggestions to consider before taking a trip to this icy country.
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I recently returned from a 9-day trip to Iceland and whoa… this country is amazing.
34 degrees Fahrenheit. Two degrees colder, and the water would have been frozen.
I feel like a truly experienced traveler now.
On our third day in Iceland, we left behind the clamor of Reykjavik for the open road.
I’ve got a new favorite restaurant in London!
Forget fish and chips.
As most of you know, I have a lot of immediate family that lives in London. I’m very grateful to be able to visit them on a regular basis, and each time I am usually taken to eat at one of the local favorite restaurants. Here are some of my favorite places I’ve been, and a few I haven’t been to, but come very highly recommended by my British family.