On our recent trip to Iceland in May, we traveled the farthest North we’ve ever been on the globe. In fact, we drove up around the third most Northern peninsula on the island of Iceland, rounding the corner up past Husavik and taking in sea views from high up on the cliffs for miles. The air was so crisp up there, we could see the coastline of Iceland as it went West to the West Fjords and East towards mainland Europe and Scandinavia. The cliffs sprawled against the wild ocean and we spent a few hours just driving the ring road exploring the area and wandering through the cute little fishing town of Husavik. Iceland’s far North feels so different from the South and I’m so glad we got to experience it. It actually reminded us a lot of Scotland or Northern Ireland, the rugged coastlines and the coastal view. The nature is more wild up there, it’s more raw and rugged and the coastline views are simply stunning.