One of the amazing things in Iceland is how much water exists and how important it is. It shapes the country through rivers, rain and floods, in frozen form it forms Europe’s biggest glaciers and […]
The Vestmannaeyjar islands have a special history. For once, the youngest island was born in the 1960s, due to a 5(!) year volcanic eruption. The main town on the main island got buried under lava and ash in 1973. So this made for an interesting target.
Rather than starting the ring road anti-clockwise and head north first as planned, we quickly changed our minds after seeing the weather forecast and headed south instead. And I think it was the right decision. […]
Before I go into some detail of our first week in Iceland, I wanted to write about the boat we took to get here. The Norröna from Smyril Line goes from Hirtshals (Denmark) to Seydisfjördur […]
It’s been a week since we left Zürich, and about time I do a post on the trip so far. Right now we’re on the boat to Iceland, but what have we done so far? […]