Backpacking in Iceland: Top 5 Sights Outside Reykjavik

“My Mum has gone to Iceland” – Bennett. I think the indie pop band actually meant the shop called Iceland, but of course I’m here to write about travel, yet when I was backpacking through Iceland, I couldn’t help but hum that tune. A song which was released way back in 1997 would you believe! Read more about Backpacking in Iceland: Top 5 Sights Outside Reykjavik[…]

Backpacking in Iceland: Top 5 Sights in Reykjavik

Iceland isn’t so much a “backpacker’s gem” as it is a traveller’s gem. For a start, it doesn’t border any other countries, so there’s no chance of backpacking there overland. Most people fly in and out, though some get a boat up there. I visited in 2007 as part of a football trip and spent Read more about Backpacking in Iceland: Top 5 Sights in Reykjavik[…]

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Backpacking in Iceland: My Top 5 Memories

My recent trip to the fabulous Faroe Islands reminded me of a similar trip, eight years ago (to the exact month) when I visited Iceland. Although I wrote a fair bit about Iceland at the time, I never dwelled on it, nor did I ever compile a top sights type of post. These are my top Read more about Backpacking in Iceland: My Top 5 Memories[…]

Backpacking in Reykjavik, Iceland: The World’s Most Northernly Capital City

So Iceland? So Reykjavik! I always wanted to go and so should you. It is the world’s most northerly capital city. The country is massive, but the population is low. The people are lovely and the scenery is amazing. I was lucky enough to end my entire World Tour in Iceland! What a way to Read more about Backpacking in Reykjavik, Iceland: The World’s Most Northernly Capital City[…]

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