Those of you who have been following my Icelandic adventures lately will have noticed I’ve taken quite a liking for the hot pools! When visiting Iceland there’s a clear winning choice highlighted in all the guidebooks and in fact in the corridors at the airport … Continue readingGeothermal
The 19:40 EasyJet flight from Keflavík, bound for London, was going about as normally as it should be. A take off to the east owing to strong winds from that direction, followed by a turn to the right to cut across the inland edge of … Continue readingHow I got a free KitKat
You may have read somewhere recently that Iceland is overdue an eruption. Well I’m kinda hoping it happens, I’m desperate to see some lava! It’s been 8 years now since Eyjafjallajokull shut down the airspace over Europe, with massive expense and disruption ensuing. Now it’s the … Continue readingit’s overdue!
The term ‘Thetta Reddast’ is thrown about in Iceland all the time, and its meaning is beautiful. It translates literally to ‘that laid back’ but its meaning, believe me, is so much more. It means that it’ll all work out ok in the end. Life … Continue readingThat laid back
Drobo makes award winning data storage products, and they’re products that I trust with my data. They call it “big storage in a small box” but part of delivering a world class data storage solution involves the cloud. The cloud is far from a small … Continue readingThe secret about the cloud
It’s no secret that I love Iceland! I want to share a bunch of photos with you today, and I’ll give you the names of the locations too so you can go find them when you have your own Icelandic adventure! (When, not if) Here … Continue readingWorld Tour of Iceland
Do you want to see the northern lights? Well you should book now for the coming season or risk missing out! Here’s why: – The elusive aurora borealis is ever present. It’s literally always there. So why is it so hard to see? Well, first … Continue readingWhat nobody tells you about the northern lights
I recently took a gamble on a commissioned trip to Iceland. I left the tripod at home and took instead a Platypod Ultra! See how I got on here. Much love Dave Please follow and like us: