Meeting Icelandic horses with inspiring young farmers
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Like every other teenager, my future travel aspirations were ridiculously high. Growing up with a healthy dose of family vacations, the idea of solo travel crossed my mind only a few times. So I’m quite awed when I meet youngsters who have spent … Read More

Iceland #5: Not just a slice of heaven
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People chase different gods, follow hundreds of rituals, attend Sunday service and live with the hopes of entering the gates of heaven where things will be perfect and in harmony. Well who knows what’s in store up there! But recently, we stayed … Read More

Iceland #4: A different taste of Reykjavik
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There’s something strangely exciting about holding a map and following signs on the roads. It gives you a chance to unravel a place and join the dots using a framework. It also gives you a chance to talk to strangers, people … Read More

Iceland #3: Review of Kex Hostel, where convenience is the ultimate luxury
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The solid brown door at the entrance of Kex Hostel gives little hint that it was once a part of an old biscuit factory. When the factory shut down, a bunch of entrepreneurs took over and converted it into a … Read More

Iceland #2: What to see and do in seven days
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As I begin to write this blog, my mind makes its way back to Iceland. You may read this one in the first of our blog-series that Iceland does deserve much more time than a stopover. One definitely needs to spend a week or … Read More

Iceland #1: Debunking travel myths
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Excuse me if you’ve heard this one before: No words or photographs can completely describe just how beautiful Iceland is. While we were planning our visit to this small Scandinavian country, we had a few doubts of our own. Some … Read More