Fire and Iceland
Volcanoes, glaciers, icebergs, waterfalls, Aurora Borealis
Peace and quiet, wildlife, sea life, black sand, clean water, good food, challenging roads, spectacular views, changeable weather
30+ HD videos, over 1000 photos, assorted facts, and quite a lot of opinions about Iceland, created by two British tourists. What's not to like?
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Take the Icelandic Pledge.

Hve blásnautt er hjarta sem einskis saknar.
How destitute is a heart that misses nothing.
Einar Benediktsson (1864-1940)

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Icelandic pronunciations from Forvo by
addihetja, alexandrayr, Almar, armannbern, aus11, bjarkibjarki, bjartursteingrims, dagurb, Elin, evarun, gbergur, goli77, Gudrun,
guttyxx, hlodver, jonjonson, kongurlo, MrMe, olfine, Petur75, Prandelli27, ragnaror, ret001, Sindrijo, Snaedis, Steinninn, Villi, wertxi, and whyking.

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The authors cannot guarantee the absence of errors or the currentness of the information included.
For this reason we recommend that any reader should also search for more information at other sources.
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None are exhaustive lists and all are provided solely for your enjoyment, and for ours.
GPS coordinates provided are not exact. Should you wish to visit, these ought to get you to the immediate area but no guarantees.
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