There’s something everyone experiences when they visit they visit The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Iceland. A special moment that no matter where else you visit in in the world, you’ll never, ever forget.
When you hop over to a foreign country, you just wanna grab a cold one, right? Meet up with some cool kids that probably won’t steal your passport or leave you tied to a flag pole or anything?
Dude. This story. Prepare for epic-ness. This story is one of my favorites, and the inspiration for my kick ass mountain tattoo. I’ve been asked many times what the tat symbolizes, and I always have the same response.
Shortly after one arrives in Iceland, one realizes a simple truth: food is really f$%#ing expensive.
When I visited Jökulsárlón Glacier Bay in southeastern Iceland, there happened to be a lot of glaciers. Also, a ridiculously sleepy walrus passed out on the beach snoring.
When I first arrived in Reykjavik, I had no idea how much Icelanders loved dried fish. The night we flew in, we went to a local grocery store since it was the only thing that was open.
I went snorkeling in Iceland, at the Silfra fissure in Þingvellir National Park.
What does it feel like when all of your dreams come true? Apparently, like standing too close to a waterfall. A bit damp, but still pretty freakin’ awesome.
While in Iceland, I took a long, sleepy bus ride with Iceland Excursions to Saxholl, a volcano crater located at the very tip of their western peninsula. Located in Snæfellsjökull National Park, it’s probably one of the most epic things I’ve ever seen.
Puffins, the second most adorable creature known to man (Jason Segel is the first) are a huge contrast to the staggering, deathly cliffs of Látrabjarg, Iceland. Located in the mystical Westfjords, the cliffs are off the beaten path. You’ve got to hitch or drive there. Of course, I chose the latter. Luckily, a lot of tourists go there, so…