Photos and stories from a girl living with vikings on a volcano. [Hits: 48 - Added: 06-05-13]http://ayearinfireandice.blogspot.com/
This is where I blog about my daily misadventures here in Reykjavík, where I'm currently working as a physiotherapist.
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A blog about Iceland, nightlife, adventure, traveling, eating, bathing, recovering, hiking and much more. [Hits: 38 - Added: 12-04-11]http://somethingabouticeland.is/
Unlocking KiKi is where I share my experiences adjusting to life as an expat and all the highs and lows that come along with it. [Hits: 33 - Added: 03-01-14]http://unlockingkiki.com/
It is fair to say that Fremdschämen is not a unique German creation, as it does have an equivalent in English: second hand embarrassment. However, it is a good example on why our German word crea... read more
Posted on 4 September 2023 | 10:59 am
Tine's Blog about Iceland, politics, geekery and anything that comes to mind
The ultimate packing list for your trip to Iceland. No matter what the season this list will have you prepared for whatever Icelandic weather.
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Posted on 15 September 2022 | 5:11 pm
Now that summer has finally arrived, or that sun has started to shop up at least, one of the other clues that the good days are coming is the arrival of birds to Iceland Since the beginning of the mon... read more
Posted on 29 April 2015 | 7:07 pm
Something About Iceland
Finally! That day has come! Reserve your copy of my debut photography memoir A YEAR IN FIRE AND ICE by July 13th and save 25% off using the discount code "PRESALE" at checkout!
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Posted on 16 June 2014 | 9:04 pm
Discovering Iceland - A Year in Fire and Ice
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