UK 2018 Photo Diary

Happy New Year everyone! 2018 was a whirlwind of a year for me, filled with lots of change (for the better) and putting myself and my happiness first. I couldn’t be happier with how the year went, and I’m looking forward to what 2019 brings me! I wish all of you the best in the new year as well!

To finish off 2018, my family and I decided to do a little road trip for the holidays in the UK. It was so weird to be away from home for Christmas, but I can never say no to travelling and a new adventure. We flew into London and drove up to Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, then back down to Liverpool and London again. Here are some pictures from my trip and some of my recommendations of things to do/see. If you want to see more clips, definitely check out my Instagram “Travel” Story Highlights!

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Amazing view of the London Eye and the Thames river

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Iceland 2017 part 2

Welcome back to my Iceland posts! This is part two of our adventures, so if you haven’t read the first part, check it out here! In the first two days, we explored Reykjavik and the Blue Lagoon. The next two days were full of excitement and even more adventure as we drove along the southeast coast of Iceland and the famous Golden Circle route. Continue reading “Iceland 2017 part 2”

Iceland 2017 part 1

A few weeks ago I finally had the opportunity to go to Iceland! The country of fire and ice had been on my bucket list for the last two years ever since seeing pictures of Jökulsárlón (glacial lagoon) online, so you can imagine the excitement I had built up inside me as I counted down the days until I got to leave for this magical country. My biggest fear was that I had such high expectations for the beauty of Iceland after everything I had seen online, that I would be let down by it in person. But boy was I wrong. Iceland is hands down the most beautiful country I have ever visited. The landscape of horses and sheep wandering through never-ending grassy fields, mossy mountains, and waterfalls here and there nestled within the mountains, is enough to make any person never want to wake up from this dreamland.

I thought I would do something different with this blog post and recap my experience in Iceland. I’ll be splitting it up into two posts so that I can go into more detail but still keep it at a reasonable length. Of course, it wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t give you some Icelandic song recommendations at the end. Continue reading “Iceland 2017 part 1”