What to do on an Iceland Stopover

Commonly known as “The Land of Fire and Ice,” Iceland has an allure that has been drawing in travelers to experience its unique natural attractions, like glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, geysers, lagoons, and more. You can reach Iceland direct from the east coast in only about five hours. If you’re just passing through on your way elsewhere in Europe, it’s easy to extend your stay for a few days with an Iceland stopover.

Airbnb Reykjavik Iceland Stopover

Everything in Iceland is very expensive, so be considerate of that when planning the duration of your visit. We stayed at this cute little Airbnb in Reykjavik about a 5-minute drive from the main part of town. Since you’ll likely be renting a car for your visit, it’s worth looking a bit farther out from central Reykjavik to save money. That same place is no longer available to rent, but there are plenty of similar Airbnb options available. Sign up for Airbnb with this link and new users will receive $40 off your first stay!

What to do on an Iceland stopover guide

Iceland is one of the safest countries in the world, with extremely low crime rates and one of the best rated countries for quality of life, health care, gender equality, and education. This guide shares some suggestions of what to do on an Iceland stopover, complete with two road trips and a soothing visit to the Blue Lagoon.

I suggest Blue Car Rental for your rental car, which is the company I used for this trip. Use code #BLUELTT to get 5% off. They are reliable, transparent, and even give you a rules of the road guidebook which is handy to review before driving and keep with you in the car. I also recommend opting in to all of their insurance options to be on the safe side.

Reykjavik

Northern Lights Iceland Stopover

When in Iceland, be on the lookout for the Northern Lights! If the weather is in your favor, you can typically see them from late August to mid-April. To increase your chances of seeing the Northern Lights, visit between late September and late March. We were lucky enough to catch them in Reykjavik, and they were nothing short of amazing.

Grótta Lighthouse Reykjavik Iceland Stopover

Grótta Lighthouse

We watched them from Grótta Lighthouse, a poorly lit area that looks out over the ocean, making for an ideal Northern Lights viewing point. This area is gorgeous at dusk, so it’s worth getting there a little early to enjoy the sunset. To get there, enter these coordinates into your navigation: 64.164502, -22.021556. Have patience and dress warm. We had turned around to head back to the car thinking the night was going to be too cloudy, and when I looked back for one last time the sky was illuminated with ribbons of light. The sky started moving and colors filled the darkness like I’ve never seen before!

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When you’re looking for a bite to eat, make your way to Íslenski Barinn (Icelandic Bar) for interesting Icelandic fare and a beer. It’s in a good walkable area of town where you can explore other shops, bars, and restaurants throughout the day at your leisure.

Golden Circle

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One of the many geysers at Haukadalur

Although Iceland’s Golden Circle is one of the most well-known drives in the country, there is good reason it’s so popular! You could spend hours at the first stop alone, Thingvellir National Park, where there are loads of designated trails waiting to be explored. The many cracks, or faults, on the surface in the park signify the continental drift between the North American and Eurasian Plates. Some of these rifts are full of clear, icy glacier water. It is truly a unique experience as Iceland is the only place in the world where this rift occurs above sea level.

You’ll know you made it to your next stop, the geysers at Haukadalur, when the smell of sulphur hits your nose. There are all kinds of hot, bubbling pools everywhere you look, giving off a steam that lingers along the ground. One of them, Strokkur, shoots 482 °F (250 °C) water up 100 feet into the air for an impressive performance every 5-10 minutes.

Speaking of natural wonders, Gullfoss and Kerið Crater are two other must-sees on this route. In between these two you can stop for lunch at Friðheimar, an entire greenhouse that uses the area’s geothermal energy to operate year round. Once you sit down, you can enjoy a steaming bowl of tomato soup right next to the tomato plants. Each table also has its own basil plant so you can add the fresh basil to your soup.

Read More: Iceland’s Golden Circle Road Trip Driving Guide

Vik Day Trip

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Reynisfjara Beach basalt columns

One of my favorite days in Iceland was the day trip from Reykjavik to Vik along Iceland’s south coast. Falling 213 feet (65 meters) over an old sea cliff, Seljalandsfoss is one of the most well-known waterfalls in Iceland and one of the first stops on the journey. The “Eyjafjallajökull Erupts” Visitor Center is another stop I highly recommend, where you can watch a 20-minute video about the 2010 volcanic eruption that cancelled tens of thousands of flights and how it impacted the local people. For short, it’s called E-15, because it’s E + 15 letters!

Vik is the largest town for 40 miles in all directions with a bustling population of about 300 people. Sitting right along the Ring Road, it is the most southern town in Iceland. It’s also a good stopping point for lunch. If you didn’t pack a lunch, Sudur Vik is a great option. It’s not cheap (nothing is in Iceland) but a cup of hot soup can make a big difference on a chilly day of driving.

From Vik on your return toward Reykjavik, Reynisfjara Beach is especially impressive because the sand is black and the beach is home to basalt columns of Reynisfjall mountain, which are like an otherworldly experience. These rock formations are completely natural and the massive basalt cave has been continuously carved and shaped by the sea.

Finally, don’t miss Dyrholaey, where you’ll get the best view of the natural arch from the lighthouse at the top. If you have a nice day, you may even be able to view some puffins from here.

Read More: The Perfect Iceland Day Trip from Reykjavik to Vik

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon Iceland Stopover

Iceland’s Blue Lagoon

Do I think the Blue Lagoon is overrated? Yes. Would I have skipped my visit if I had the chance to go back in time? No way. In my opinion, the Blue Lagoon is a place you should go at least once. I’m not in any hurry to return as it is overpriced for the experience and I found it to be too crowded. But it was unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before.

The water is loaded with minerals like silica and sulfur, which is why the Blue Lagoon is known for being good for the skin. Water temperatures average 98–104°F (37–40°C). Make sure to pre-book as time slots can fill up quickly. They tend to be the busiest from 10am to 2pm, so arriving later in the afternoon or in the evening is the best time to avoid the crowds. The Blue Lagoon is about a 45-minute drive from Reykjavik, but it’s on the way to the airport so you may wish to add this into your visit on your way to or from the airport.

 

I hope to return someday and do the entire Ring Road drive all the way around the coast of Iceland. But for a few days on an Iceland stopover, we opted for the short day trips instead. They still proved to be just as magical! Until next time, Iceland.

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The Ultimate 8-Day Ireland Itinerary

Ireland will always have a special place in my heart as it was the trip that sparked my love of travel and inspired me to start my blog. When I studied abroad, I arrived in Ireland and was pleasantly overwhelmed by the unfamiliar sights, sounds, and smells that greeted me. The vivid green grass, the colors surrounding Dublin Castle, and, of course, the Irish accents were only the beginning of many journeys to come.

When I finally had the chance to return, I knew I had to see some of the sights I missed on my first visit. This 8-day Ireland itinerary walks you through my return trip day-by-day so you can experience the ultimate Ireland itinerary for yourself.

Day 1-3: Dublin

The Best of Dublin Ireland

Discover the literary history, friendly people, and welcoming pubs in Dublin, Ireland’s largest city and its capital. Dublin’s rich heritage and cheerful atmosphere make for the perfect destination for all travelers. There is no shortage of things to do in Dublin, whether you visit the Dublin Castle, explore the city’s many cathedrals, or take advantage of the lively pub scene. There is always live music going on around the city, making for a perfect way to enjoy that pint of Guinness. For the history buffs, there are plenty of historical buildings, sites, and other attractions for you to discover. Check out the posts below for the full scoop on the best of Dublin!

Read More: Exploring Dublin for the Budget Traveler
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Read More: Delve Into Dublin’s History

Day 4: Galway

Galway Ireland

Galway is an easy train ride away from Dublin that takes about two hours and 30 minutes. I booked directly with Irish Rail. Galway was one of my favorite places in all of Ireland. It’s less crowded than Dublin yet still has a buzzing city centre along the seaside. It’s also a great base for doing day trips along Ireland’s western coast.

Day 5: Cliffs of Moher

Ireland Cliffs of Moher Tour from Galway

The iconic Cliffs of Moher had been calling my name since the very first time I visited Ireland. The Cliffs of Moher tour we did was the perfect day trip from Galway. We didn’t have a car during this Ireland trip, so this was a great way to venture out to the cliffs without having to rent one.

Towering 214 meters (702 feet) above the Atlantic Ocean, the Cliffs of Moher have been defining their home along an 8-kilometer (5-mile) stretch along the Irish coast for over 350 million years. Actually seeing the Cliffs of Moher in person is better than you could ever imagine. The sturdy layers of compacted mud, silt, and sand make up the jarring cliffside that stands strong against the crashing waves.

On this tour, you’ll have at least an hour to stroll along the cliff top, take in the breathtaking views, and stop in the visitor’s centre to learn more about the cliffs and their sustainability practices. The entry fee to the cliffs and the visitor’s centre is included with the tour.

Read More: Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher Tour from Galway

Day 6-7: Belfast

Yes, I know Northern Ireland is part of the UK. But for the sake of geography, I’ve included it in the Ireland itinerary.

Things to do in Belfast Northern Ireland

To get to Belfast, we had to take the train back through Dublin as there is no direct route there from Galway. You can book the trip all the way from Galway to Belfast (I also booked this with Irish Rail), but you’ll just need to switch trains (and likely stations) in Dublin.

Although Belfast is less than half the size of Dublin, two thirds of the people of Northern Ireland live there. After suffering political violence during the Troubles, Belfast is now a peaceful city that is quickly growing and developing. With so many things to do in Belfast and the surrounding areas, now is a great time to bump Northern Ireland up on your travel list, and definitely include it in your Ireland itinerary.

Read More: Best Things to do in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Day 8: Giant’s Causeway

Giant's Causeway Day Trip - Northern Ireland

The scientific explanation for the 40,000 interlocking basalt columns of Giant’s Causeway is due to a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago. Their hexagonal shape makes them look like they’ve been carved by man because they are such an odd natural phenomena. Each stone you step on will take you back to the legends of the past. And you better believe there are legends!

If you’re not renting a car in Northern Ireland, the best way to see Giant’s Causeway is on a guided tour. I even prefer the tour in this case, because we got a lot of background information along the journey that I wouldn’t have known otherwise. I booked the Giant’s Causeway Full Day Tour from Belfast, and the article below details my full review of the tour.

Read More: Ireland’s Giant’s Causeway Day Trip Guide

The only thing I would do differently? Extend my stay! You’ll notice that I didn’t include any of southern Ireland, which I decided to save for my next trip when I have more time. But if you can spend more time, there is so much more to explore that you can add to your Ireland itinerary.

 

Useful Resources for Your Ireland Trip

Accommodations: Hotels can be cheaper during the off season, but especially during peak season I would recommend searching for apartments on Booking.com for the best accommodation options. They have tons of affordable choices all throughout Ireland, and you’ll get much more of a local experience! You can also take a look on Airbnb for alternate options. If you use that link, new users will receive $40 off your first stay!

Travel Insurance: It’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to travel insurance. I am a strong believer that travel insurance is worth it. I always use World Nomads, although luckily I have never had to make a claim with them, but they have very affordable options for the coverage you receive.

Gear: If there’s one must-have item on your Ireland trip, it’s a rain coat. Regardless of the time of year, some amount of rain is likely in the forecast! You’ll also be doing a lot of walking, so be sure bring along a pair of Allbirds, my favorite travel shoes. Of course, packing cubes and a travel adaptor will come in handy too!

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Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher Tour from Galway

The iconic Cliffs of Moher had been calling my name since the very first time I visited Ireland. Now on my second visit, I knew my chance had finally arrived to book a Cliffs of Moher tour.

After our time was up exploring Dublin, Galway was our base for the next few days. We took the train from Dublin, then walked from the train station to the Imperial Hotel Galway where we were staying. Galway was one of my favorite places in all of Ireland. It’s less crowded than Dublin yet still has a buzzing city centre along the seaside. It’s also a great base for doing day trips along Ireland’s western coast.

Galeway Ireland

As a side note, when in Galway don’t miss having at least one meal at The Dough Bros for a Neapolitan wood-fired pizza in a fun and casual atmosphere. These guys started as a food truck in 2013 and have since expanded into more than one permanent home.

The Dough Bros Galway Ireland

Moving on to what you’re here for… the Cliffs of Moher tour we did was the perfect day trip from Galway. We didn’t have a car during this Ireland trip so this was a great way to venture out to the cliffs without having to rent one. Check out the tour’s most up-to-date prices here.

Cliffs of Moher Tour

Towering 214 meters (702 feet) above the Atlantic Ocean, the Cliffs of Moher have been defining their home along an 8-kilometer (5-mile) stretch along the Irish coast for over 350 million years. Under Irish and EU legislation, the Cliffs of Moher are considered a Special Protected Area (SPA), which also helps protect the abundant wildlife in the area.

Cliffs of Moher - Special Protected Area SPA

Actually seeing the Cliffs of Moher in person is better than you could ever imagine. The sturdy layers of compacted mud, silt, and sand make up the jarring cliffside that stands strong against the crashing waves.

Cliffs of Moher Ireland

On this tour, you’ll have at least an hour to stroll along the cliff top, take in the breathtaking views, and stop in the visitor’s centre to learn more about the cliffs and their sustainability practices. The entry fee to the cliffs and the visitor’s centre is included with the tour.

Cliffs of Moher - Galway Day Trip

The tour normally includes a boat trip, weather permitting, to Inisheer, one of the smallest (and closest) Aran Islands off the coast of the Cliffs of Moher. Most tours don’t include both a cruise and walking the cliffs, so this one uniquely offers two distinct viewpoints. Despite how nice the weather may look in these photos, the winds were too strong for us to take part in the cruise portion of the tour. Definitely be prepared for the wind, as some days can see winds in excess of 100 kpm (62mph).

Dunguaire Castle Ireland

Dunguaire Castle

Instead, we made a couple extra stops before and after the Cliffs of Moher. First we made a quick visit to Dunguaire Castle, the most photographed castle in Ireland. That was followed by Aillwee Cave, one of the oldest caves in Ireland. The tour of the cave takes visitors through the pitch dark caverns formed over hundreds of thousands of years and past a waterfall. They say the caves are so dark it’s like you’re blind, and that’s accurate! You can’t even see your hand in front of your face until the guide turns the lights on.

Black Head Ireland County Clare

Black Head on County Clare

Along the coastal route back to Galway from the Cliffs of Moher, there’s a beautiful place called Black Head on the most northern tip of County Clare. It’s well worth stopping to pause and soak in the view, or even head out for a walk along the coast if it’s a nice day!

 

When visiting Ireland, don’t skip Galway, even if it’s only for a few days. It’s extremely easy to get there from Dublin and has so much to offer. It’s your perfect opportunity to do a Cliffs of Moher tour and see their dramatic beauty for yourself!

 

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Best Things to do in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Although Belfast is less than half the size of Dublin, two thirds of the people of Northern Ireland live there. After suffering political violence during the Troubles, Belfast is now a peaceful city that is quickly growing and developing. With so many things to do in Belfast and the surrounding areas, now is a great time to bump Northern Ireland up on your travel list.

Northern Ireland is also known more recently for its Game of Thrones filming locations. Game of Thrones actually employs more people in Belfast than the government does. The studios where they film is right next to the Titanic Belfast Museum and is also where they stored the original iron throne. They still store some of the show’s costumes there, but the building unfortunately is not open to the public.

From restaurants to tours to museums and more, these top things to do in Belfast will lead the way for your journey through Northern Ireland.

 

Explore the Titanic Belfast Museum

Titanic Belfast Museum - Things to do in Belfast Northern Ireland

Titanic Belfast Museum

The world’s largest Titanic visitor’s experience, the Titanic Belfast Museum takes you back in time to tell the Titanic’s story from construction all the way through its devastating shipwreck and the aftermath, including accounts of the underwater discoveries of the wreck. The story is told with depth and detail using interactive exhibits using special effects and an actual ride, as well as full-scale reconstructions. Hearing firsthand accounts of what happened from survivors is incredibly sad, but it really takes you back to those moments and gives you some semblance of understanding of what the people on the ship were feeling.

The museum is located on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard where the RMS Titanic was built. This area of Belfast is known as the Titanic Quarter. The Titanic Belfast Museum is the perfect rainy day activity. I recommend allowing at least 2-3 hours to explore all there is to see and learn in the museum.

 

Visit Belfast City Hall

Belfast City Hall - Things to do in Belfast Northern Ireland

Belfast City Hall

The iconic Belfast City Hall building is impressive in itself, which was completed in 1906 and is surrounded by the Titanic Memorial Gardens honoring the victims from the ship’s sinking. On special occasions, floodlights illuminate the entire exterior or the building with a particular color or combination of colors. They offer free guided tours daily to learn about the history of Belfast City Hall and there is also a visitor’s exhibition that takes you along on the journey from the city’s past to present.

 

Indulge in Italian Cuisine at Fratelli Ristorante, Pizzeria & Bar

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Fratelli Ristorante

Dinner at Fratelli was easily my favorite meal in the city, though I may be biased since I am a sucker for any kind of Italian food. We started off with the mini caprese and tiger prawn, rock shrimp, chili and garlic oil appetizers. For the main course, we enjoyed every last bite of the porcini mushroom ravioli and the bolognese rigatoni. We topped it all off with a bottle of Pino Nero. We concluded with two of their mini-desserts — cioccolato moose e biscotti crocanti al cioccolato and cheesecake al cioccolate bianco e pistacchio.

 

Enjoy a Gastropub-Style Lunch at Made in Belfast

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Made in Belfast

This hipster hotspot prioritizes high quality, locally sourced food and overall sustainable practices. Made in Belfast works with producers who they know really look after their animals. They have a killer baked brie and focaccia bread combo with a balsamic dipping sauce and olive tapenade that my mouth is watering just thinking about. It can get crowded for dinner, so we went for lunch instead and had no problem getting a table. Keep in mind this may limit your food options as they may not have as much availability from their menu during the day.

 

Take the Belfast Troubles Walking Tour

Where to Stay in Belfast Northern Ireland

While I didn’t take part on a walking tour, it’s something I wish I would have done after learning more from our tour guide when visiting Giant’s Causeway. The political conflict 3-hour walking tour will give you two different perspectives on the Troubles to help understand from both the Republican and Loyalist viewpoints. You’ll learn about the history of the Troubles and the significant impact they had on the city and people of Belfast.

 

Head Out on a Day Trip to Giant’s Causeway

Giant's Causeway Day Trip - Northern Ireland

Giant’s Causeway

Technically this is outside of Belfast, but it’s still a worthwhile day trip! If you’re not renting a car in Northern Ireland, the best way to see Giant’s Causeway is on a guided tour. I even prefer the tour in this case, because we got a lot of background information along the journey that I wouldn’t have known otherwise. For the perfect Giant’s Causeway day trip I booked the Giant’s Causeway Full Day Tour from Belfast and had a fantastic experience. Read up on my Giant’s Causeway Day Trip for all the details!

 

Stay at the Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre

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Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre

When you visit Belfast, the Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre is a great place to stay close to the city center. You’ll find plenty to do within walking distance from the hotel, and have a welcoming place to return to at the end of the day. There’s a bar and restaurant downstairs alongside cozy fireplaces when you need to warm up after a chilly day on the town.

Do you have suggestions for the best things to do in Belfast? Share them in the comments below! 

 

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The 3 Things All Harry Potter Fans Must Do In London

When in London…. do all the Harry Potter things! Don’t get me wrong, there are an abundance of things to do in London to really get to know the culture and history of this popular hub. For a Harry Potter fan like me, there is nothing better than escaping to the wizarding world to make the most of your time in London. Get started on your magical journey with a few of my favorite Harry Potter things to do in London.

Warner Brothers Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter

The Making of Harry Potter WB Studio Tour London

My all-time favorite is the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. This entire studio tour is dedicated to the making of Harry Potter. It goes behind the scenes into detail on the creation of the movies, complete with real sets and props and even interactive exhibits like getting to fly with a broomstick or practicing your wand skills.

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Don’t mind me, I’m just practicing.

Depending on how enthusiastic you are, you could spend an entire day here, so plan accordingly. I have already been twice and I would visit again in a heartbeat should the opportunity arise. In fact, I love this tour so much that I even wrote an entire post about it. Check it out for the full scoop.

Quick Tip

The studio tour has grown significantly in popularity since I first visited back in 2012. If you have the flexibility, plan your trip during off season for smaller crowds and lower prices (check their ticket pricing calendar on their website — look out for “saver tickets” for the best rates). Be sure to buy tickets in advance as you cannot buy them at the door.

 

Tour for Muggles

Tour for Muggles - Harry Potter Things to do in London

This little alleyway, Goodwin’s Court, was the inspiration for Knockturn Alley. They tried to film here for the movies but the crew wasn’t able to get their equipment through since it was so narrow.

To find a little magic in the heart of London, the Tour for Muggles is for you. The tour is led by a wizarding expert, who will reveal Harry Potter filming locations and places that inspired JK Rowling. The one exception that won’t be covered is Platform 9 ¾, since it’s so easy to visit on your own. More on that below.

Harry Potter Things to do in London Tour for Muggles

Do you recognize this filming location? It’s from Deathly Hollows Part 1 where Harry, Ron, and Hermione transform into three ministry workers to get into the Ministry of Magic.

The tour lasts about two and a half hours, and will leave your brain full of interesting facts that even the biggest Harry Potter fans may not have known. I won’t spoil them for you… you’ll have to join the tour to discover them for yourself!

Quick Tip
Make sure you have a valid oyster card as you will be traveling on the tube for part of the tour. There is also a substantial amount of walking, mostly outside, so dress accordingly.

 

Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station

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From my London trip back in 2012. It’s not so easy to do this anymore!

Let me reminisce about the good old days for just a moment… there used to be a time when Harry Potter fans were able to walk right up to Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station and have a friend snap a quick photo. Those days are no more. Not too long after I visited for the first time, they opened up a Harry Potter shop right next door and their staff now takes professional photos during their business hours if you want them.

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Platform 9 ¾ at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

Granted, it looks much cooler now as they added a much more realistic trolley that actually has some luggage on it and you can use some props from the store (like a scarf that makes it look like you’re running through the wall to get to Hogwarts). Which is why, for those who are big fans, it’s still worth the trip there. Who knows, maybe you’ll make it through and end up at Hogwarts!

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Continuing the trend, this is also insanely more crowded than it was when I first visited in 2012. Try and get there early to avoid long lines to get your photo taken. Alternatively, you could skip it all together and take a photo at the much less crowded version that was recently added at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.

 

Is it just me, or is anyone else ready for a Harry Potter marathon? You better believe I had one right before my trip to London! While these are just a few of my favorite Harry Potter hot spots in London, there are plenty more magical sights to be seen in the city.

 

What are your favorite Harry Potter things to do in London? Share them in the comments below! 

 

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Special thanks to WB Studios London for making my studio tour experience possible. All opinions are my own.