Interesting things to know before going to Iceland
As you may remember, Laia and myself went to Iceland for a 2 and half weeks trip last June-July. It was a wonderful experience, managed by the wonderful (and helpful!) people at Nordic Visitor. This is the first post in a series named Things you should read before travelling to Iceland. In these posts I will cover the following (I will add links to the individual posts here as I write them, bookmark this page!):
Eating in Iceland (if you’re not an Icelander): Some typical foods and what you should not miss. (To appear the week of August 30th) Update: Posted 31st of August
Road Trip Through Iceland: Tips after being there, done that. (To appear the week of September 6th) Update: Posted 6th of September
How is Iceland’s Weather? Iceland has weather, and lots of it. (To appear the week of September 6th) Update: Posted 11th of September
Iceland’s Water: the Best Water in the World: You should drink plenty there, you will miss it. (To appear the week of September 13th) Update: Posted 18th of September
Shopping in Iceland: Not as expensive as we thought. (To appear the week of September 13th, delayed for next week) Update: Posted 26th of September
Sleeping Where the Sun Never Sets and Other Oddities: It may be hard for you, or not. (To appear the week of September 20th, delayed for next week) Update: Posted 9th of October
When I finish this preliminary series of posts, I will post another, with a daily account of our trip: sightseeing places, where we got lost, what we saw, what we didn’t. Share and enjoy!
Icelandic Waterfall and Rock Wallpaper
How Is Iceland’s Weather?
Shopping in Iceland
(http://www.mostlymaths.net/2010/09/waterfall-and-rock-wallpaper.html) Road Trip Through Iceland
Eating in Iceland (if you are not an Icelander)
(http://www.mostlymaths.net/2010/05/100-most-common-words-in-icelandic-more.html) The 100 Most Common Words in Icelandic (more or less)
9+4 fundamental things you should pack in your travels