Wanderlust – Iceland and my favorite pictures



[In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Wanderlust]

I recently visited Iceland and already wrote up quite a lot about the food and my favorite experiences. But a photo is worth a thousand words, so here are just a few of the wonderful images I captured on my adventure.


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      1. Yes, my group rented a car. As there were 4 of us the cost was reasonable, but paying for it alone would be more of a hurdle. Roughly $400-500 USD for a week, and gas was $400 as well. So get together some friends if you can as that really helps a lot.

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      2. Thanks for your tips and info on the prices. 1000 USD is a lot of money (in Poland it’s more than avarage monthly salary), but if we split it… I guess the views are worth it :). I’ve heard there’s a place in Iceland where an old crashed US Navy Douglas plane still lies, like for 50 years already. I’d like to go there and see it too!


      3. You could possibly trim the costs by renting a 2 wheel drive car and picking manual over automatic. We picked a 4 wheel drive to handle the winter roads. I saw some of the 2WD manuals for $150 less. We also drove close to 1000km so you could do a shorter journey.

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      4. If you had to, you could stay close to Reykjavik and use the tours. A lot of great places were within a day trip. But you have to decide if you are the type that likes guided tours if you do that.

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      5. Together with my wife we’re not really fans of guided tours – we prefer to move freely, in our own pace and to spend as much time as we like in certain places :). In Vietnam we hired a car with a driver, but prices there are ridiciulously low, in contrary to Iceland I guess :). Maybe we should go there with another couple and share the car rent…


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