It is now our last night in Iceland, well not really but tomorrow doesn’t count as we will be moping around in the airport. Last night I stayed in while Mitch went out to shoot the sunset, he had a feeling it was going to be amazing and he was right. These are the photos I captured outside our Airbnb in Grundarfjordur, and this lasted for about four hours. During the day we went for a drive and stopped at a church where the lupine flowers pretty much flooded the whole hill.
Today we headed to Reykjavik and it was raining and windy pretty much all the way. We visited the National Icelandic Museum where ancient artefacts are on display and history is retold and it is utterly goosebump inducing to read the stories and learn about what it used to be like. Right now as I am laying on the bed at the final Airbnb listening to the wind lash out at the window, I fail to contemplate how fast the last two weeks has been. It has been such an amazing, fulfilling adventure and I’m so glad I was able go capture the memories, the moments and share it with you. There is a certain feeling at the demise of a holiday, a feeling of loss and not knowing what to do next, not knowing how to continue your old life after you’ve lived this amazing one.