Snow And Sounds At The Ice Music Festival Norway

Snow And Sounds At The Ice Music Festival Norway

There are hundreds of music festivals all around the world, from famous ones like Glastonbury to more niche ones like the Southern Soul Festival in Montenegro. But probably the most bizarre and beautiful all in one go is the Ice Music Festival in Norway. What Is The Ice Music Festival?&…
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Icelandic Horses And Where To See Them

Icelandic Horses And Where To See Them

Along with Vikings and fermented shark, one of the most well-recognised icons of Iceland is its tiny horses. As you drive around the country you’ll see beautiful Icelandic horses in the fields all along the side of the road.  In fact there are an estimated 100,000 Icelandic horses in Iceland, …
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Iceland’s falls and springs

Iceland’s falls and springs

Iceland is famous for being, well… icy.  Clue’s in the title, after all!  Snow-capped mountains, frozen lakes, whirling blizzards, ancient glaciers… when it comes to the white stuff, Iceland’s got it covered.  Literally! But when all that H2O isn’t busy being frozen, Iceland has two other …
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A Hike on the Svínafellsjökull Glacier, Iceland

A Hike on the Svínafellsjökull Glacier, Iceland

This is the Svínafellsjökull glacier in Iceland.  Have fun trying to pronounce that!  In Icelandic, ‘ll’ is pronounced something like tl, with a flattened tongue and a click in the back of the throat.  So I guess you’d say ‘SVEEN-a-FETLS-yok-utl.  Or just start confidently with ‘Sveen’ and …
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