Traveling to Iceland was like entering a whole new world! It is so breathtaking, full of beautiful waterfalls, green hills, natural hot springs, and adorable animals. I had a wonderful time discovering the Icelandic culture!
My friends in Mrs. Joyce's 3/4J class in Australia also celebrated a very special day named after me, Joy Sun Bear Day! I am so touched by this, and really enjoyed seeing how much fun they had making passports and traveling to the countries I've been to. You can check out pictures from their special day below and in my posts.
Read Joy's travel journal
You can read all about Joy's visit to Iceland in his Travel Journal posts, below:
Icelandic and English
How to say “hello”
Icelandic Króna (ISK)
39,769 square miles
103,000 square kilometers
Mountain peaks, plateaus, volcanoes, glaciers and fertile lowlands.
Because of the Gulf Stream, Iceland has a cool, temperate, maritime climate.
Summers are refreshing and winters are surprisingly mild.
What to See
The Blue Lagoon, Svartifoss (Black Falls), The Golden Circle, Lake Mývatn, Maelifell Volcano
What to See Continued
Skatafall Ice Cave, Asbyrgi Canyon, Reynisfjara Beach and Þingvellir National Park