Iceland is not like any other country. It’s a country where you are dependent on the weather and the forces of nature, more so than anywhere else. I spent two weeks in Iceland to discover its diversity. I admired gushing waterfalls, tiny fishing villages, moody lava fields and boiling mud pools.… Continue reading
On a flight from North America to Europe and a layover in Reykjavik? Or maybe you just landed in Iceland ready to discover its spouting geysers, threatening volcanoes and thundering waterfalls? Whatever the reason, you should spend at least one day Reykjavik, one of the smallest European capitals and a tiny city that might hide a lot more than you expect!… Continue reading
“You’re going to spend two weeks in Iceland!? What will you do there?” a colleague of mine asked.
Still considered a cold and tiny island “somewhere in the sea”, few people are aware of its sheer size.
But Iceland is not like any other country, where the main cities are connected by motorways and driving is pure bliss.… Continue reading