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A Northern Lights night to remember in Iceland

Contrary to belief

Contrary to belief the Northern Lights are not always green and not always flickering horizontally. They come in some amazingly different forms. PIC greenzowie

Unless non-stop chilliness and cold and almost non-stop darkness 24/7 is your idea of a great day there is not too much to recommend the Icelandic winter.

 

No need to go far to see hot springs in Iceland

Krisuvik is a fascinating place just 30 minutes away from the capital of Iceland.

Krisuvik is a fascinating place just 30 minutes away from the capital of Iceland.

Many visitors to Reykjavik Iceland believe they will have to travel some serious distances to see natural hot springs with their own eyes. That is not the case at all.

 

A prelude to a volcano in Iceland?

Is this the next “Eyjafjallajokull”? Hardly, but it could disrupt flights to and from Iceland´s only international airport. The land here has risen 8 centimetres in 24 months. PIC Rosino

Tremors and smallar earthquakes are common in the Krysuvik area on the Reykjanesskagi which incidentally lies between the capital Reykjavik Iceland and its only international airport in Keflavik.