Traveling to Vagar, Faroe Islands Almost everyone visiting the Faroe Islands will visit Vagar (Vágar in Faroese) as it Vagar is home to the only airport in the Faroe Islands. The International Airport is at the End of the Lake

Palau Jellyfish Tour

The Paradise of Palau The Republic of Palau is a small island country in the western Pacific Ocean. While geographically part of Micronesia, the islands gained full sovereignty in 1994. Only 21,000 people live on Palau and they are spread across some 250 islands. The most populous island is Koror, with around 10,000 people., Read More

Iceland Iceberg Lagoon

Driving the South Coast of Iceland Iceland is a sparsely populated and expensive country which can make solo budget travel quite difficult. Tours are very expensive and since many of the best sights are in remote parts of the country, having your own set of wheels is almost a necessity. My mission was to reach Jokulsarlon,, Read More

Golden Circle Tour Iceland

Golden Circle Tour Booking The Golden Circle is likely the most popular day tour out of Reykjavik as it showcases the most beautiful areas in the SW of Iceland.  The Golden Circle tours I saw offered all stopped at three of Iceland’s most scenic areas including Haukadalur’s geysers and hot springs, Gulfoss Waterfall, and, Read More

Reykjavik Stopover

Booking a Stopover in Iceland Flying Icelandair is a great way to travel between North America and Europe. Their prices are competitive and you can book a stopover in Iceland for up to seven nights at no additional cost! In my case, I found cheap flights from Dusseldorf to Reykjavik with Lufthansa and then from Reykjavik to Berlin with Air, Read More

On December 25th, 2014, I ate breakfast in Saipan, lunch in Guam, and dinner in Honolulu, thanks in part to the International Date Line.  Although these islands are all considered to be part of the USA by the UN, they are three separate countries under the Travelers’ Century Club so for the purpose of my, Read More

Saipan is a small pacific island, 190km North of Guam, which is part of the Northern Mariana Islands. Saipan is only 19km long and 9km wide, and has a population of less than 50,000 people so it is an island I had not heard much about until I started researching the TCC country list., Read More

My first impression of Yap was a great one; upon clearing immigration a topless woman (slightly covered by a grass and flower necklace) put a beautiful hand woven lei around my neck. Getting lei’d within ten minutes of arrival is definitely a first for me! Yap is in the Western Carolines, half-way between Guam and, Read More

The reason I love the TCC list of countries is that it includes a lot of remote places that I would have never otherwise thought of traveling to. Cocos (Keeling) Islands are some of the most remote islands in the world. Cocos (Keeling) Islands are in the middle of the Indian Ocean, 2,750km NW of, Read More