[twitter]I’m one of the lucky ones, I went to Iceland in 2003 with Team Diabetes to run the marathon in Reykjavik and had an adventure of a lifetime. Fire and ice doesn’t begin to describe this country that is in the news again because of Eyfyallayöküll and the disruption it’s caused to air travel across the world.
It’s not a shock, really. Iceland is home to the youngest pieces of Earth’s surface. The country is constantly expanding and exploding.
and geysers and ate puffin and whale. I took 3 excursions when I was there visiting the Golden Circle, Akureyri and Vestmanneyer.
When I was there I witnessed moonscapes
I golfed the windiest course in the world, witnessed the birthplace of parliament and bathed in the Blue Lagoon.
Here’s a video from part of my trip and many photos from one of the most wondrous places on the planet.
If you’re thinking about visiting Iceland, I’d HIGHLY recommend you go and joining Team Diabetes is a great way to see this magnificent country.
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Dad. Broadcaster. Writer.
Three time Guinness World Record Holder.
I run the world for Team Diabetes.
Love your blog site and also a fine blog on Iceland! I showed it to a few of my friends.
I just started my own blog about Iceland and my first real blog that I just posted is about volcanoes.
Stay tuned for a lot more coming 🙂