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°?
Woohooooooooo! I’m getting married!
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.
Ios was the perfect end to our adventure-packed trip. The island was nothing but beachfront relaxation mixed with watersports and cliffs to jump off of into the crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea. My time on Ios was spent playing Frisbee with Aussies, tubing, snorkeling over a shipwreck, and swimming through a cave.
Santorini is for lovers. But really. If you’ve ever seen a photo of whitewashed houses and two impossibly blue domes looking out to sea, you’ve seen Santorini. The hilltop village of Oia, famed for its beautiful sunset, is where locals and tourists alike crowd around with picnics and bottles of wine to toast to the … More Travel Photo Diary: Santorini, Greece
Mykonos can be summed up by the names of two of its beaches: Paradise and Super Paradise. Anything but peaceful, the island is famed for its nonstop parties and killer clubs which play host to world renowned DJs. We stopped at Paradise Beach where we had an absolute blast dancing while sipping on some of the most delicious … More Travel Photo Diary: Mykonos, Greece
Athens is a bustling metropolis where the modern and ancient worlds collide. For great views of the whole city, make your way to the Acropolis and check out the Parthenon. Our tour guide, Apollo, was wonderful and his knowledge of the city was incredible. We trekked out on our own to explore the winding side … More Travel Photo Diary: Athens, Greece