So there are a zillion (estimating) waterfalls in Iceland, but there are several pretty well known ones. As in they are actually on maps and a destination for people to go to. Our first one we happened across was Goðafoss, and it was pretty awesome to say the least.CONTINUE READING
Our first day in Iceland was full of driving. We drove around for essentially the entire day to get to Blonduos, which was our first destination of the day. We kept hopping in and back out of the car because we drove through parts of Pingvellir national park and it was just stunning.
So it’s been a couple months now since we visited Tattershall Castle, so I thought I’d share it in case you’d like to visit as well now that the weather is getting a little nicer. When we were looking for National Trust properties to visit (gotta get the most out of our membership) less than two hours away was a castle! A real castle with a moat? I was all in.
I’m so behind on posts it’s a little silly. I was going to get this post up yesterday but the sun was out so I went around to Bev’s and we sat in her garden and drank prosecco instead. So I’ll share Brockwood Hall today with you, it’s such a cool place I didn’t want to forget about it.
I wanted to write about a castle we visited a few weeks ago, but words just aren’t coming to me today, so I’ll share some pictures at Haverigg beach from our Lake District trip. I get so giddy whenever I’m near the sea, and the cold and wind didn’t stop us from playing around on the beach for a little while.CONTINUE READING