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Edward Snowden 'has approached Iceland to seek asylum there'
Iceland has received an informal approach from an intermediary who says NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden wants to seek asylum there, it has emerged.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Does duty free shopping save money
If you have flown internationally and had time to linger at the airport, no doubt you have wandered into a duty-free shop.
Puffins in peril
In July 2009, Chris Fowler and I roamed around Iceland on a quest for salmon and trout.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
New Passenger Ship to and from Westman Islands
Tour operator Viking Tours purchased a passenger ship to commence transportation from Vestmannaeyjar to the LandeyjarhA fn port this summer.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Road Closure in the Icelandic Highlands
Many of Iceland's highland roads are yet to open for traffic. After a winter of heavy snowfall and outwash, roads cannot be opened to traffic as early as in the last two years.
Vi ey On Horseback
IR columnist Ed Hancox will release his debut, Iceland, Defrosted -not your average travel guide-globally on July 1. He describes it himself as "the story of an Englishman's obsession with the places, people and music of Iceland."
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Costly Damage to Farmland in North and East Iceland
Farmers in North and East Iceland are facing severe frost damage to their farmland after a long period of harsh winter conditions.
Holiday in Iceland: the perfect photography opportunity
Iceland's countryside has been featured in latimes.com as an incredible 'off the beaten path' holiday destination, which also makes for the perfect photography opportunity.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Warm, sunny summer days in Iceland's capital, Reykjavik, call for golden shoes and golden gloves, and lingering moments on the sidewalks with nothing more important to do than blow bubbles :) j/k ~ She is actually part of a trio of street performers acting up on Laugavegur, one of the oldest shopping streets in Reykjavik.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Kara Patterson column: Watson award puts music student on new adventure
Recording underwater sounds during shallow-water scuba dives in Australia and Japan, taking in the Reykjavik Arts Festival in Iceland and exploring Ecuador's diverse landscapes all are on Daniel Miller's post-college-commencement to-do list.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Reflections on Iceland: Longing for the cold and beautiful North Sea
Near the end of her beautifully written memoir of a year in Iceland, Sarah Moss gently chides herself for the things she's left undone.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
IKEA Iceland, Really?
The cruise ships MSC Magnifica and Adventure of the Seas docked in the North Iceland town of Akureyri this morning carrying a total of 5,500 tourists, plus staff.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
New Issue of Iceland Review Arrives
The 2013 June-July issue of Iceland Review is out. Themed 'We Are Young' the magazine celebrates the arrival of summer by interviewing young energetic Icelanders who excel in art, sports, business and politics-and Sigmundur DavA A Gunnlaugsson, the youngest PM in the republic's history and the world's youngest ruling state leader.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Flying Toilet in a Traffic Accident
Old friends are forever. For the last week, one of my dearest friends in the world has been staying with me.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Annual Festival in Iceland - The Seafarers day
During the festival people celebrate the men and women who work on fishing boats, by visiting the boats on the harbor.
Wed May 29, 2013
Opening this book takes you on a tour of Iceland 's, food, history, culture and of course " Icelandic Handknits " by Helene Magnusson.
The Daily Beast
TRAVELFjords By Horseback
In the month of June, the sun hardly sets on Iceland, and summer can unfurl to longer than 20 daylight hours.
Tue May 28, 2013
Deals of the week - West Sussex, new UK coach tour, cruise to Iceland
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If I Get Lost in Iceland, Don't Find Me. Please.
Iceland, a country with a total population approximately a fifth the size of Manhattan, is a land of sumptuous beauty, ranging from bubbling craters and geysers so hot you don't dare go near them , to mountainous regions covered with snow year-round. Situated immediately to the east of Greenland and bordered by the Northern Sea to the north and the ... (more)