🇳🇴 Tromsø was a fascinating place. In fact, from my experience, all of Norway and Iceland are fascinating places! There is an enchanting charm about Scandinavia.
Something... that is just not like home. A blend of tranquillity and power🔥 It is strange to say, but in Scandinavia these things come hand in hand. It is truly insane how insignificant we are to the planet, yet how much we have done to deconstruct true nature. Thinking back to my trip up to 🇮🇸Iceland in 2016, I get a sense of nostalgia. Even though I was only in the country for five days. This is what travelling makes you realise.
It makes you realise how connected the world 🌍 is, it enables you to call so many different parts of the world, home🏡. Yet it also makes the world seem so small and big at the same time. Being stood at the foot of an active volcano🌋 in Southern Iceland gives you overwhelming freedom, but also minimal power to change the actions such a volcano could take in front of your eyes.
My experiences have led me to want to revisit Iceland again at some point this year. So who knows how many more trips I will take in 365 days?🤔
It is strange thinking about it, visualising myself 1 year ago from today, and how little I knew of where fate🌌 would take me around the world. So it makes me more excited than ever to think about how many unexpected places I will end up one year from now.
Where have you visited in the last 365 days?