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Category Archives: Volcanoes, Vans and a Haggis
The next leg of our ‘Volcanoes, vans and a haggis’ adventure takes place in the United Kingdom. We have six and a half weeks booked in a Spaceships campervan and will travel a roughly anticlockwise circuit of England, Scotland and … Continue reading
There’s a troll outside my bedroom window. For those of you familiar with the similarly titled tale about a hippopotamus, I should clarify that it was not, however, eating cake. The troll in question was the Kerling troll. One of … Continue reading
**Apologies for the photo-less post. The wi-fi is not enjoying image uploads at the moment. I will pretty it up asap. Driving through Iceland, you are likely to experience three types of fog. The first is the mountain flattener. It … Continue reading
“You think water moves fast? You should see ice. It moves like it has a mind.” This quote had been echoing through my head since our trek. The huge glacier of Myrdalsjokull was a permanent presence and the land had … Continue reading
After returning to Reykjavik, a celebration to mark the end of the six day Laugavegur trek was in order. We decided to have a couple of drinks with the other members of our group at a craft beer bar called … Continue reading
Trekking was the centre piece of our trip to Iceland. In the very early planning stages it was the big bean that tipped the scales in the favour of visiting Iceland (in this scenario the scale has dozens of arms, … Continue reading