In mid-2014, a volcano in Iceland started rumbling. On August 29th 2014, I shrieked aloud in excitement in front of a dozen uninterested elderly ladies because it had finally started erupting. Well, the volcano hadn’t. But its magma was oozing out of a fissure not too far away. It oozed and poured and fountained for… More My best souvenir: lava!
As I planned out my blog schedule backalong, I realised I’ve never talked about my little trip to Aberdeen in September 2013. Now I’ve tried writing it, I realise why. I have seventeen photos of the entire weekend, no “I aten’t dead” blog, no Facebook evidence that I ever went and very little memory of… More A weekend in Aberdeen
Last year, Iceland quietly had a massive volcanic eruption that lasted for six months. Hardly anyone outside Iceland heard of it because unlike when Eyjafjallajökull erupted, it didn’t affect anyone else. It was a fissure eruption up in the Highlands that poured lava and poisonous gases and fire fountains for six months and resulted in the… More The Volcano Adventures – Leirhnjúkur