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My Wandering Voyage
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Traveller | Photographer | Writer
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I just love hearing about people's travel experiences. There are so many of us out there that love to travel, and you don't have to do it full time! https://mywanderingvoyage.com/2018/01/13/part-time-wanderers-interview-amy/
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Ever wonder what it's like to use an outhouse in the middle of an extreme cold warning. I didn't but now I know.

Silent Lake Provincial Park was just stunning. It was a frozen wonderland, but don't forget to layer up.

While walking along the frozen lake, listen carefully and you can hear the whoop whoop of the water underneath the ice.
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I spent the weekend in beautiful Silent Lake National Park. The park, which is an hour or so north of Peterborough, Ontario, surrounds Silent Lake, Second Silent Lake, Quite Lake and Soft Lake. We joked about these names, but found that it truly was silent. The hikes and vistas were stunning. and I might add, freaking cold! It was about -17 degrees, but -30 with windchill. thank goodness we had an awesome yurt and a fire place to keep us warm!
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The New York Times has come out with their annual list of places to travel. Have you been to come of these places? If not, where would you want to go first? https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/travel/places-to-visit.html
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8. Jökulsárlón Ice Beach – aka the Diamond Beach

Have you ever wanted to hold a diamond larger than your head? Okay, it’s not a real diamond, but the icebergs from the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon that have floated out to sea wash back up to shore rubbed smooth and clear as glass.
It’s a neat sight to see them scattered along the pitch black beach, sparkling in the sunlight

I'm counting down the best stops along Iceland's south shore.
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7. Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon

The Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon is a beautiful sight. Icebergs, broken off from the nearby glacier, dot the blue silty lake. You can take a zodiac boat out on the water and weave in and out of these frozen sleepy giants.
You can also get close to these bright blue ice sculptures by walking along the shore of the lagoon.

I'm counting down the best stops along Iceland's south shore.
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From national parks to road trips to fire and ice - here are my top nine travel experiences in 2017 and what i'm looking forward to 2018. https://mywanderingvoyage.com/2018/01/07/top-9-travel-experiences-2017-2018-goals/
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Where are you headed in 2018??
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