There’s so much to see and do in Berlin! We had such a fun time walking all over the city- by the end of our first full day there, I had over 30,000 steps (and really sore feet).
Since today’s International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I figured it was fitting to share my experience visiting Dachau concentration camp in Germany.
We’ve all heard the concern: ‘I would never go to there, I don’t speak the language.’ It was something I always dismissed and never gave much thought to, taking for granted that people speak English all over the world. I realized my assumption was just that- an assumption. I’m not entirely sure why but when … More The Language Barrier
In September my husband and I embarked on our biggest adventure yet: a two week road trip through Germany. It was exhausting, stressful, and wonderful.
Iceland is incredible. It’s a beautiful, powerful, majestic country. Don’t just take my word for it: let the photos speak for themselves.
On our first full day in Iceland, we awoke refreshed and ready to go (thanks in part to falling asleep at 6pm the night before).
In case you hadn’t heard, Icelandic horses aren’t like regular horses. So we naturally had to experience the difference for ourselves by riding them at the Laxnes horse farm.
If you had the chance to snorkel between two tectonic plates, would you? What if those tectonic plates were in Iceland and the water was only 35-39°?
Yep, I went to Iceland. In February. Was I crazy? Probably. Was it the right thing to do? Absolutely. Do I regret it? Not one bit.