Warm, easy to get
to, good value for money, friendly people...
None of the above. Although I may be a bit harsh
towards the Icelanders. I didn't meet too many.
They seem to stay indoors, or possibly they've
all emigrated to Spain.
froze my nuts off, despite having good weather.
Getting there and back was an odyssey in itself.
Don't talk to me about how much it costs. 7 quid
a pint, 25 quid a dorm room sharing with 23 others
for example (Since the trip, the Iceland economy
has gone bust, so things are probably cheaper
views were wild. The riding pretty good too. If
I went back it would be in a 4x4. It has a heater,
you can sleep in it and carry all your own food
an booze. My favourite day was watching a 35 ton
humpback doing tail stands off the northern town
of Husavik. My least favourite was watching 50
or so pilot whales being slaughtered in Torshavn
in the Faroe Islands.