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February 23, 2016

#Iceland – everyday the weather is glorious

On the way to Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, this Iceland Traveller school group stopped to enjoy the beautiful day, and to find out about the glacial flood that washed away the old road bridge some 20 years ago. The twisted metal is a popular landmark and doubles up as a slide when it’s not so icy!
April 12, 2017

Don’t miss the Aurora this winter!

Iceland is an excellent place from which to view the Northern Lights.   Named after Aurora, the Roman goddess of the dawn, and Boreas, the ancient Greek personification of the North Wind, they are at their most intense in a circle around the North Pole and are best viewed on the long dark nights between September and April. So what causes […]
April 27, 2017

FAQs: How to? Northern Lights

One of our top Iceland questions is about how to see the Northern Lights, so here are some Iceland Traveller tips. The main Northern Lights season is October to March Some tours are also available in September and April, and you can get lucky out in the countryside in late August too When you are out at night, be patient, […]
January 3, 2019

Iceland’s natural warmth

Harnessing the natural power of heat from the earth has provided Iceland with luxurious spas, space heating, greenhouse cultivation, fantastic swimming and showering facilities and in some places ice-free pavements. Isolated farms use their own bore holes and some of the best salt ever is produced from the sea using geothermal processes. It’s a technology that’s interesting to understand and […]
November 17, 2015

JAMIE’s Poem about #Aurora #Borealis #Iceland with video

This poem below was written by Jamie aged 10, who is very keen to see the Aurora and has been studying frozen landscapes at school. He loves the time lapsed video below which inspired him. The northern lights The frozen snow, Weakens my toe like ice. I then look up, To see if they have come, and then See a […]
January 20, 2014

The Philippines & Casey Neistat’s Walter Mitty Moment

So after reading Julia’s last post about the Secret Life of Walter Mitty, has anyone seen the film yet? I’ve seen it and I really enjoyed it – but what’s stuck in my mind is the way that they spent a portion of their marketing budget. Casey Neistat is a film director, working in New York from his wildly functional studio. As […]