The East Fjords of Iceland are a much lesser visited and far more remote part of the island, along with the West Fjords. While most people stick to Northern and Southern Iceland, the East and West Fjords are the areas where you can really escape into the Icelandic countryside. With barely a car on the road or a person in sight, it doesn't get more beautifully remote than trudging along the gravel roads that zig-zag between the ocean and the mountains.
This year is flying! Now that we're more than halfway through the year, I've been taking time to assess my goals. I'm right on track with some of them. For others... not so much. What about you? Are you out there crushing your adventure goals? If so, more power to you!! If not, let's get our heads together and conquer these 3 tips I use to keep myself on track with my adventure goals:
Today I decided to put together a list of websites and resources that I personally use to plan my trips and adventures in hopes that they'll help you do the same! I know everyone's got different tools that they cherish, so if you've got anything that you think I should check out, please let me know in the comments!
I've never (*knock on wood*) lost any travel photos from a trip, but I've definitely heard horror stories from fellow photographers and internet goers. I think losing your photos is among one of the biggest fears while traveling because they're the only tangible source of your memories. From my own experience and the lessons I've learned from others, here's some key tips on how to keep your photos protected while traveling.
In the spring of 2015, I spent 4 months living abroad in Taipei, Taiwan and I must admit I became pretty well acquainted with the city during that time. As you can imagine, I was able to experience so many things - some of which I would highly recommend to travelers, and others that are fun activities for locals.