A while back I was contacted by Peter Lok who had just finished a round trip around Iceland with his partner Amber. They made a video about their trip, Lost in Iceland, and just wanted to share it with me since my blog had been an inspiration for their trip. I often get contacted by people wanting me to share this and that I hardly ever do but I just loved Peter’s video so I made an exception. As it turned out a lot of other people loved it to as it got shared all over the place.
Last week Peter contacted me again to let me know he’d finish editing the photos from their trip and that they were now available on Flickr. I loved them too so I asked Peter if I could share a few of them with you guys. I also asked him to tell you a little about himself and this is what he had to say:
“While searching for our holiday destination, we stumbled across a photo of a breathtaking landscape of some fjords in Iceland. Further googling landed us at I Heart Reykjavik that is filled with not the usual touristy stuff but a rather personal review of special places peppered around the country. Your amazing blog has all the ingredients of a great adventure and the next thing we know, we are on a flight to Reykjavik. We rented a jeep and travelled anti-clockwise around this beautiful country for two weeks (too short), covering the following towns: Reykjavik – Selfoss – Vik – Hofn – Seydisfjordur – Myvatn – Varmahlíð – Osar – Snaefellsnes. Some photos of our trip are shown below and you can view more at – My Flickr.”
At the bottom of this post you’ll also find Peter’s video: Lost in Iceland. If I were to make a video about a round trip around Iceland it would look something like this. Except I don’t know how. If this doesn’t want make you want to visit Iceland I don’t know what will.
Thank you for sharing Peter and Amber, I’m happy and proud my blog inspired you.