Tag Archives: Iceland

The wonderful world of hostels

I can guarantee in this day and age where words such as “boutique”, “vintage” and “hipster” are widely used, so has the same been applied to the new range of hostels that have been coming into the market over the past few years. Hostelworld just published this article about 11 boutique hostels that will blow you away! which […]

Iceland – Reykjavik: Eats & Drinks

A little apprehensive about the costs of eating and drinking in Reykjavik we proceeded with caution.  I came armed with pages of recommendations I had found researching on the internet.  A few sites I found helpful: For me Wikitravel is always a good starting point.  The way it is laid out is simplistic and easy for the […]

Iceland – Reykjavik: Things to do

The central touristy part of Reykjavik is fairly small and easily walkable. THE SUN VOYAGER We started our day exploring the city by walking part of the coastal path.  This beautiful structure ‘The Sun Voyager’ is just yards away from our hotel along the path. HARPA CONCERT HALL This is the next sight along the […]

Iceland – Trips

THE BLUE LAGOON Is a must!  There are alot of articles written about other places that you can go in Reykjavik but the Blue Lagoon is perfect in every sense.  Again our bus transfers and pick up from the hotel were included in the package, all I had to do was to remember all of the […]

Iceland – The Essentials

12 years ago I bought the Lonely Planet guide to Iceland, Greenland & the Faroe Islands.  Finally, last Friday, myself and the BFF flew to Reykjavik for a four night stay.  It’s very popular these days to book a ‘package holiday’ with Icelandic Air or through Groupon, Expedia or Secret Escapes.  Immediate thoughts are ‘Iceland […]