Iceland Canyon

Fjaðrárgljúfur, Iceland

 
Exactly. I know what you’re thinking. Fjadra what? Up to now, I don’t know how to say it. But after seeing pics, and watching Justin Bieber’s video (I’m not even a fan), it’s hard to pass up an opportunity to visit this beautiful canyon. I have hiked one of the deepest canyons in the world and visited a natural wonder slot canyon in AZ, but never have I seen a canyon like this. For one thing, it’s mostly green… with sprinkles of snow all around. It is massive, and it takes a little hike to get from the car park areas to the canyon itself. Make sure you bring comfy and slip resistant shoes, especially in winter. Fjaðrárgljúfur is believed to be formed about nine thousand years ago, at the end of Ice Age. It’s not as popular as the stops in the Golden Circle, but that’s what makes it even more magical!
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Jokulsarlon

Jökulsárlón, Iceland

Our second day in Iceland was full of ice… literally! We started out with a glacier hike and a visit to an ice cave, then headed to the infamous Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon and to the other side of the bridge where you can find Diamond Beach aka Ice Beach.
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Iceland

South Iceland

When I heard of $300 flights from Los Angeles to Iceland, it was a no-brainer to book flights as soon as possible. It didn’t need much time to find who’s willing to go with me. Iceland was the first country in Europe I had stepped on after a very long time. Sadly, my first time was just a short layover on my way to Sweden and Denmark. Thank goodness to great flight deals, I finally had the chance to visit this beautiful country.
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Jerusalem
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Jerusalem, Israel

 

When my friend and I planned on going to the Middle East, our original itinerary only involved Jordan and Egypt. As you learned from my previous post, we had a chance to explore Dubai for a day thanks to a long layover. Yet again our wanderlust kicked in when we found out we can actually cross the border to Israel and spend a day in Jerusalem.

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Dubai Burj Al Arab
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Hello, Everyone! Yes, this blog is still alive, and I appreciate you for still reading this after a very long hiatus. It had been a crazy and busy year and a half for me, and I am so glad that I finally have the time to update you all. Since my last post (which is almost a year ago), I have moved to a new city, changed jobs, finished my post-grad degree, and recently, traveled to the Middle East. If you have been following along my Instagram stories, you probably have seen videos and photos of my recent travel to this part of the world. In this post, let me share our first stop: Dubai.

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St. Paul's London

London, United Kingdom

 
I can’t help but be excited to share these beautiful photos of London with you. It was the Easter weekend on my last day in this gorgeous city, I saw these lovely blooms at St. James’s Park. Later that day, I hopped on the underground to see St. Paul’s Cathedral and it was just my luck to see more cherry trees just starting out to bloom.

Happy Monday everyone!

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