We drive in limited visibility in a snow storm with a car that could skid at anytime. The fact that we got to our destinations safely made it all worth the risk. Continue reading Basically, Plane Wreck and Waterfalls
Okay, maybe by the third day, we really needed some sleep. It was the call for laid-back strolls around the largest city in Iceland. So although we only got to walk around a tiny area of it, we were satisfied with what the city had to offer to touristy people like us. Continue reading Reykjavik, The Capital
The phrase “lack of sleep” did not apply to us during our stay in Iceland. Continue reading The Day We Spent Half of It on the Road
Just the day before our flight, we finally came up with random names of places we want to visit in Iceland. There were blogs that we read and shared and stories from our friends who just visited the Nordic island as reference, but there was no suggestion on which one to visit first. Continue reading (Half of) The Golden Circle
“Let’s go to Iceland!” one of my friends said within the first month of study abroad. I was not sure about the idea. It felt like the kind of comment you’d say to your friends after discovering a new cafe or restaurant on FB but have no real intention of actually planning a visit. Continue reading In Brief
So much has happened. I have not been writing because of so many reasons. As much as I want those reasons to be genuinely valid to justify the absence new posts, I do not, however, think that anything should have stopped me from writing on this travel blog. Having said that, I do want to list some of the things that might have been taking so much of the writing energy out of me, an in-my-defence matter of fact.
Continue reading Catch Me Up
I had the best quality sleep last night after such a long time. Waking up at 5 am in the morning was not a problem at all. Everything was packed and we were ready for a somewhat 8-hour journey to Tarutung. Continue reading Road Trip to Tarutung