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March, 2014


Blue Lagoon vs Laugarvatn Fontana: Battle of the Geothermal Pools

By On March 27, 2014

In Iceland you can literally watch the Earth bubble and boil, a poignant reminder of the active force that lives deep underground. Icelanders have been harnessing this geothermal energy for centuries, turning it… Read More


Falling in Love at Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina

By On March 19, 2014

The buzz of the city is a shock to the system after driving through the untouched beauty of Iceland’s south coast for three days. I nervously clutch the wheel as I find… Read More


Capturing Jökulsárlón

By On March 17, 2014

Few places on this earth have the power to bring onlookers to a revered silence, struck in awe by the unspoiled beauty of nature. Jökulsárlón is one of those places. Driving east… Read More


Chasing the Northern Lights

By On March 14, 2014

Of all the natural wonders that draw visitors to Iceland like a magnet, the Northern Lights were at the top of the list for me. Not only was winter an appealing time… Read More


Ice-Climbing on Sólheimajökull glacier

By On March 9, 2014

The great beauty of Iceland is that you will stumble across many of her most spectacular sights by simply driving along the circular Route 1, and that these natural wonders can generally… Read More


Garðar Cottages – Discovering a Hidden Gem on the South Coast of Iceland

By On March 7, 2014

With only six days to soak in as much of Iceland as humanly possible, four long-time friends/roommates/teammates piled into a sad-looking 1995 Honda 4×4 and took off along the south coast of… Read More