Iceland

Celebrated my 61st birthday and brother's birthday milestone January 2016 - Reykjavik, Iceland. Booked a return visit in August to celebrate my youngest son/child turning 21!
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The icelandic sheep.

Icelandic sheep Wonder if their wool really grows on their neck like that or is it shaved that way? Wool and Textiles

REYKJAVIK actually means Smoky Bay. When the first settlers approached the peninsula in ships they could see the smoke from the hot springs rise into the air. Therefore the name :)

Reykjavik poster created by British artist Jenny Bowers for the Human Empire Artist Series travel illustration iceland

Find out what weather patterns and temperatures to expect in Iceland with this guide to average climate and monthly temperatures for each month.

A Guide to Average Climate Conditions in Iceland

Find out what weather patterns and temperatures to expect in Denmark with this guide to average climate and monthly temperatures for each month.

Autumn in Iceland is cold yes, but for the wanderlust there is no such obstacle as bad weather. The geysers are awesome, there are tours from their Reykjavik every day and you can explore this nature beauty any time of the year. If you are able to travel this month, i recommend this location for you!

11 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Iceland

Reykjavik Geyser, Iceland - The geysers are awesome, there are tours from their Reykjavik every day and you can explore this nature beauty any time of the year. If you are able to travel this month, i recommend this location for you!

what to wear in Iceland (rain pants, thermals, layers)

What to Wear in Iceland

It's a challenge to figure out what to wear in Iceland, especially in September. Here are some essential wardrobe items to pack for your Iceland trip.

Icelandic turf house

Icelandic turf houses are old-school green with a Viking twist (photos)

The Icelandic turf houses were the product of a difficult climate, offering superior insulation compared to buildings solely made of wood or stone, and the relative difficulty in obtaining other construction materials in sufficient quantities.

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