Hay dos grandes viajes en estos casi 25 años de mi vida. Los dos tienen más cosas en común de lo que en un inicio imaginé. El primero ocurrió hace cinco veranos, el segundo, recientemente. Cuando empecé a caminar no sabía si llegaría a mi destino o, como me pasó con el último viaje, no … Continue reading 0. La llamada de los Andes
We are so used to have a quick access to all we need that sometimes we forget the effort that there is behind the simple actions. If we need to go to the supermarket we know exactly how much time we need to get there, buy the stuff and get back, ready for what is … Continue reading When everyday can be an Odyssey in Iceland
The first time I heard about this hiking was last year when I was in Iceland with my best friend, driving along the country in the ring road. We had 7 days off in November so we decided to drive along Iceland and explore the country. When we were North, I was looking at the … Continue reading Hiking Ásbyrgi-Dettifoss
“A veces hay que dejar de remar y permitir que la vida te muestre el camino” -Rumi O dicho en otras palabras, sin metáforas: a veces, para avanzar en la vida, es mejor no hacer nada y dar espacio para que la vida acontezca. Pero como nos gusta aferrarnos a esos remos y tener el … Continue reading Cuando lo único que tienes es TIEMPO
I would say Iceland is the country of so many things: water, volcanoes, waterfalls, hot springs, changing and unpredictable weather, skyr (something creamy very similar to yoghurt), vikings…and also a paradise for hitchhikers. I can’t hold it anymore, I need to share it: literally, it will take you 15 minutes maximum to be picked up … Continue reading Hitchhiking in Iceland
I have always liked this sentence, but here in Iceland I feel like it has real and deep meaning, more than ever! Some days ago I was having dinner with the owners of the guesthouse I am currently working in, the TV was on and the pictures that were being showed caught my attention, even … Continue reading Less is more!