There are so many amazing things to see in Iceland it can be hard to narrow down your itinerary. Two weeks is a perfect amount of time to spend in Iceland. It enables you to drive the whole ring road at a more leisurely pace. Read on for my tried and tested Iceland two week road trip itinerary.
The Algarve is a place people go to relax and spend a week in the sun. In my research for our trip I didn’t find many ‘tourist’ hotspots per se, which at first was disappointing for me as my typical holiday involves us seeing as much as we can. On the upside it did mean I got a week to lay about by a pool and do next to nothing!
If you are looking for things to do in the Algarve then read on as this post is for you.
Me and hubby got back from our 2-week Slovenia road trip just over 2 weeks ago. We kicked off our Slovenian adventure with 2 nights in Ljubljana as the airport is a mere 15/20 minute drive away.
Ljubljana (still no idea how to say it… maybe loo-be-ah-na?) is the capital city of Slovenia, and also the largest. It’s tiny though really. The city centre is car free and located along the Ljubljanica river so is a delight to wander around.
Me and hubby spent 3 nights in Venice this September for his birthday treat. Although its an expensive place to visit for a weekend trip you should go just once to experience it.
I’ve just got round to totting up our 3 day Venice trip cost and I won’t lie I was pretty gobsmacked. Keep reading so you can adequately plan for your own trip, with no nasty surprises.
Sooo me & hubby got back from Venice a couple of weeks ago. The weather wasn’t great but its such a fairytale place its hard not to love. The canals, the bridges & the gondolas, its all pretty dreamy!
I’ve made a quick photo diary for you using our GoPro footage. We don’t actually bother taking photos with the GoPro anymore because its so easy to save stills afterwards using the Quick app.
Welcome to part 2 of our epic 2 week Iceland road trip. If you missed part 1 Reykjavik to Vik check it out first.
Once a year a voluntary group in our local village called ‘Orsett in Bloom’ hosts a garden open day and competition for best floral displays.
Their goal is to raise money to maintain the village and keep in looking beautiful.
As it was such a nice day this year we popped over to the village to explore.