“How was Iceland?”

For the last nearly-week, I’ve been asked that question many times, by friends, family, colleagues & people who fit in multiple categories. And I don’t really know how to answer. You’re supposed to enjoy all your travels and holidays unconditionally, especially if you’re going to write two month’s worth of blog posts about them. But… More “How was Iceland?”

Photoset: Snæfellsnes

Snæfellsnes is a relatively quiet and peaceful part of Iceland. Every first-time tourist does the Blue Lagoon and the Golden Circle and a good proportion of them go along the south coast. But it’s a long day trip to do from Reykjavik so Snæfellsnes tends to be the preserve of the slightly more hardened tourist. I… More Photoset: Snæfellsnes

Review: Grayline Iceland

I don’t really do reviews, not of companies, but I want to talk a bit about Grayline. (I need to add that this is not sponsored, although if you’re reading this, Grayline…) When I first went to Iceland in 2011, believing pretty much that the ground would split open inches from your feet on every… More Review: Grayline Iceland

Photoset: volcanoes

I love volcanoes so let’s have a look at some of them. These are all my photos but some volcanoes I’ve got up close and personal with and so I’ve added links to posts about those ones. You can read my post about my 31st birthday at Askja here and my 28th birthday at Askja here.… More Photoset: volcanoes