Tag: Reykjavik

  • Blue Lagoon

    Blue Lagoon

    Have you heard of the man-made geothermal spa where the hot springs not only meet but also blend with the Atlantic Ocean? You know where the weather is normally 0-20 degrees Fahrenheit and you’re expected to strip down to your bathing suit. No reason to fret, however. The lagoon temperature averages 99-102 degrees Fahrenheit. Once […]

  • Iceland Air

    Iceland Air

    I have mixed reviews about IcelandAir because I honestly had two different experiences on the outbound and inbound flights. The outbound flight left around 9:00 PM. Once in the air, I discovered the tv monitor not only didn’t work but it projected a white screen which was extremely bright and made it difficult to sleep. […]

  • Arcanum Glacier Tours

    Arcanum Glacier Tours

    Arcanum has been serving locals and tourist for 20 years. Their cozy cabin is situated at the foot of the Myrdalsjökull glacier. These full package tours are costly but I found that they were worth it. The price includes the hour and a half snowmobile tour, insulated coverall, helmet, face mask and English speaking tour […]

  • Reykjavik Lights Hotel

    Reykjavik Lights Hotel

    If you can imagine spending a night in the best Ikea you can imagine an experience at the Reykjavik Lights Hotel. This centrally located hotel is modern and unique in the best ways. Everything from the continental breakfast area to the setup of the guest rooms are strategically arranged with comfort in mind. I think […]

  • Northern Lights

    Northern Lights

    I can admit, I wasn’t completely prepared for my excursion to Reykjavik. I’ve seen dozens of images of the northern lights. I knew it was a site I needed to see with my own eyes and capture with my own lens. Without any prior research, I simply assumed that you go to a certain area […]