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Blue Lagoon: the Geothermal Tourist Trap

Friday, 18 Apr 2014 | Views [2906]

Blue Lagoon is justly famous in Iceland. It is also probably the most touristy place you will visit on your journey. Not to say it is a bad thing but just be ready for waves of people coming in on large tour buses going either to or from the airport.... Read more >

Tags: blue lagoon, geothermal, hot springs, iceland, keflavik airport, reykjavik

Jökulsárlón, the famous Glacial Lagoon

Thursday, 17 Apr 2014 | Views [609]

Jökulsárlón is almost at the other end of Iceland when you travel from Reykjavík. Situated at the edge of the Vatnajökull National Park on the lower east side of Iceland, it is an amazing lagoon full of powder blue glacial ... Read more >

Tags: glacial lagoon, glacier, ice, iceland, jökulsárlón

Dyrhólaey, or A Good Place to Stop on a Long Car Journey.

Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014 | Views [2774]

Dyrhólaey (aka black sands beach) is a remote beach near Vik, on the very bottom of Iceland about where east meets west; halfway between Reykjavik and Vatnajoekull National Park. It is quite picturesque and full of what, at first glance, seems ... Read more >

Tags: beach, black sands, dyrhólaey, iceland, on the road, vik

Beyond the Wall: An Icelandic Game of Thrones Tour

Saturday, 15 Mar 2014 | Views [3135]

I admit I’m not the biggest Game of Thrones fan out there. Blasphemy? Well, maybe. I read the first four of the A Song of Ice and Fire books back in the early to mid-2000’s and sort of gave up; too many characters, too many subplots, ... Read more >

Tags: akureyri, game of thrones, got, hot springs, iceland, jeep tour, mud pits, waterfall

Photos: Iceland

Saturday, 15 Mar 2014 | Photo Gallery

Iceland winter 2014: Akureyri, Reykjavik, Skaftafell,Vik, Dyrhólaey, Jökulsárlón, etc.
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