[ Iceland ] Dine Out in Reykjavik

DSC_9725Thanks to our CDOO (Chief Dine Out Officer), we found a few nice restaurants in Reykjavik. I have not eaten any raw or smoked fish to this standard ever since I came to the UK (oh shame..) Icelandic cuisine seems to place a lot of emphasis on… Continue reading

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[ Iceland ] The Land of Fire and Ice

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Iceland is a place where you’d see lots of natural wonders. Glaciers, icebergs, northern lights, volcanoes, lava field and waterfalls, just to name a few. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, it’s never really that cold in Iceland. In winter, the temperature doesn’t drop below -10’C. In summer, it’s about just over 10’C. But you can still see icebergs here. We went on a tour that took us along the south coast to Jökulsárlón, the famous and very picturesque glacial lagoon where you could see iceberg floating out….

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[ Iceland ] Midnight Sun and Blue Lagoon

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Iceland is one of the places that I promised myself to visit this year. Had looked into this since last year and finally made it happen this June. It’s a 3-hr flight away from London to a land with dramatic landscape and natural wonders. Our flight arrived around 11pm on the day and we walked around downtown Reyjkavik to get food around 2am with the sun still out as if it were just dawn. The next morning, we woke up early and went to the famous geothermal spa at…

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