The Radar: 5 Days in Iceland, Saving for Trips, Travel Writers’ Favorite Books

  • Five days in Iceland is hardly enough time to explore the whole country. Seeing every fjord, volcano, crater, and waterfall could take a lifetime. With only five days to spare, make sure you hit these highlights in the land of fire and ice. And trust us. You’ll be back. [Why Go Iceland]
  • Saving for travel doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the fun before you leave. Here are 14 painless ways to afford your next trip. [Wanderplex]
  • A good travel book, or Trip Lit as we like to call it, knows how to jumpstart your wanderlust. Even some of the greatest travel writers are inspired by travel tomes. The Guardian asked famed writers such as Pico Iyer, Paul Theroux, and Colin Thubron to share their favorite travel books. [Guardian]

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