Tag: Iceland

Save, Steal, Splurge: Iceland Travel Tips For Every Budget

Save, Steal, Splurge: Iceland Travel Tips For Every Budget

| August 31, 2019 | 0 Comments

Save, Steal, Splurge: Iceland Travel Tips For Every Budget | Beautiful fjords, mystical midnight sunsets, spectacular northern lights, imposing glaciers, majestic volcanoes—these would have anyone cruising to Iceland. Unfortunately, a trip to the Land of Ice and Fire can be quite expensive. However, there are ways to cut down costs without cutting down on adventure. […]

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Earth’s Most Out of This World Lanscapes

Earth’s Most Out of This World Lanscapes

Earth’s Most Out of This World Lanscapes | Space travel for the lucky few going on the maiden voyage of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic isn’t too far away but for the rest of us mortals we can satisfy that dream and not even leave our own planet. I have recently been on a six […]

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Top 10 Black Sand Beaches in the World

Top 10 Black Sand Beaches in the World

Top 10 Black Sand Beaches in the World – When you think about going on vacation or to a getaway trip, you probably pick somewhere warm with inviting weather, people, and beaches. Once you pick that perfect beach you want to visit, you can’t picture anything else but a warm breeze and a clear blue […]

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Blue Lagoon Spa, Iceland’s Most Visited Touristic Location

Blue Lagoon Spa, Iceland’s Most Visited Touristic Location

| July 16, 2011 | 1 Comment

Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice. The mix between cold climate and numerous hot springs and geyseers made Iceland one of the world’s most exotic locations. Geothermal spas are very popular in Iceland and there are plenty of them which are welcoming tourists, however, the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is the […]

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Glorious Lightning versus Iceland Volcano

Glorious Lightning versus Iceland Volcano

| April 20, 2010 | 9 Comments

The economic lost from the recent Iceland volcano eruption has reached at least USD1 billion where the biggest hit is landing straight onto the aviation companies. About 25000 flights have been grounded for five days in a row – can reach up to two weeks. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world, especially at […]

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