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Day 4 -- Hanging

Spent the morning just exploring Reykjavik -- stores, museums and shops, before heading home.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on March 6 from Reykjavik, Iceland
from the travel blog: Iceland (2013)



Day 3 -- Everything Else

Today was the Golden Circle Tour and all that comes with it: Thingvellir National Park, Gulfoss, and Geysir (which doesn't hold a candle to Yellowstone, btw). In between, however, was snowmobiling at Langjokull Glacier. I'm not sure I've ever been so cold and wet, but it was also a lot of...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on December 1 from Reykjavik, Iceland
from the travel blog: Iceland (2013)



Day 2 -- Horses! Light!

Today was horse day. Two rides -- the first, in the morning, was with a large group and mostly walking but beautiful (albeit cold and rainy) weather. The afternoon was just Els, me and a guide and was fabulous. Lots of trotting, some cantering and even a little bit of galloping. Up and down...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on November 30 from Reykjavik, Iceland
from the travel blog: Iceland (2013)



Day 1 - Blue Lagoon

Left Newark last night, arrived early this morning (very early) and eventually made our way by shuttle bus to the Blue Lagoon. Warm, blue water. Rest. Relaxation. We had hoped to go searching for the Northern Lights tonight, but it was too cloudy, so I took a walk around town and then...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on November 29 from Reykjavik, Iceland
from the travel blog: Iceland (2013)



Bridal Cave Vow Renewal

Ever heard of those mass weddings on Valentine's Day? They always sounded cheesy to me an not intimate or sacred to the seriousness of marriage, but the people look like they are having fun. Well, in Missouri they do FREE vow renewals at Bridal cave around Valentine's day. A bunch of guys at the...

permalink written by  carseat tourist on February 9 from Camdenton, United States
from the travel blog: Reverse culture shock



Day 15 - The End

Our last day was,as intended, pretty devoid of anything substantial. Laid out by the pool. Went parasailing. Walked the Old Town for dinner and souvenir shopping. And that's all she wrote.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 11, 2013 from Dubrovnik, Croatia
from the travel blog: Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina (2013)



Day 14

It wouldn't be one of our classic Summer trips if we didn't hit at least 3 countries, and today we did that by going to Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina. A formerly war-torn town in a formerly war-torn country, here you can really see why "Yugoslavia" was never really one country, as the Muslim...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 10, 2013 from Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
from the travel blog: Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina (2013)



Day 13

Today we left Korcula, first by water taxi, and then a two-hour spectacular drive along the coast to reach our final destination, Dubrovnik, and our nicest hotel. Arriving around 1 pm, we were met by Antonia, our JayWay representative, who was just as lovely in person as on the phone. We hung...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 9, 2013 from Dubrovnik, Croatia
from the travel blog: Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina (2013)



Day 12

Today was a slow, lazy day around Korcula. A visit to the Marco Polo museum, a stroll around town, swimming on one side of the city, then on the other. Finally, we took in the traditional Moreska sword dancing show.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 8, 2013 from Korcula, Croatia
from the travel blog: Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina (2013)



Day 11

Our last day in Hvar, and really, we had no problem leaving, Sitting by the pool is nice and all, but for how long? For us, today, it was all day, until it was time to catch the Ferry to Korcula. Korcula is a very different place, thankfully. Smaller, quieter, more restful. Our sobe...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 7, 2013 from Korcula, Croatia
from the travel blog: Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina (2013)


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