Decades old Laugavegur hiking trail is turning to mud year-round because of influx of people. One of many places where nature is giving way. What should we do? PIC Micah&Erin

Decades old Laugavegur hiking trail is turning to mud year-round because of influx of people. One of many places where nature is giving way. What should we do? PIC Micah&Erin

Guess what! Icelandic tourism officials are contemplating starting a crowd funding project in order to save the local nature.

That´s a new one indeed.

Let us not limit the number of tourists to delicate areas of the country. No, let us continue to make a killing there. And let us not charge a special fee to see all the most majestic places in the country. No, again this would put a dent in the cash flow.

Let´s instead hope strangers the world over want to fork out hard-earned dough to save Iceland nature. That way we get free money and all the tour operators can continue lining their coffers.

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