Category Archive: Iceland

June 23rd, 2011 by | Country: Iceland | No Comments »


During a few days out of my eight days stay in Iceland, I trekked outside of Reykjavik and toured the landscape of the island.

June 20th, 2011 by | Country: Iceland | 2 Comments »


I just went to the Blue Lagoon today in Iceland.  It’s a huge hot pot with steam coming out or in other words, a huge hot bath.  It was my first time going there and so, it was quite an experience!  The picture I’m attaching is me with mud silica on my face.  It’s some […]

June 20th, 2011 by | Country: Iceland | No Comments »


When I was on the plane, on the way to Iceland, I watched a documentary film on Reykjavik. In the film, the tour guide mentioned a little cafe nestled in the small town near the cathedral called Cafe Locki. This is the ideal place to get some real taste of Icelandic food including shark! I […]

June 19th, 2011 by | Country: Iceland | No Comments »


On another day, I did a tour of the Langjökull Glacier.  I traveled to Europe’s second largest glacier by bus which took about two to three hours and then spent about two hours on glacier.  I really enjoyed the glacier which was a very peaceful and serene place to see.  It gave me a greater appreciation […]

June 18th, 2011 by | Country: Iceland | No Comments »


Anyone visiting Iceland cannot miss the Golden Circle, the most popular tourist route in Iceland, covering about 300 kim looping from Reykjavik into the central part of the country. This circle covers the geysir, Gullfoss waterfall and Þingvellir National Park.

June 18th, 2011 by | Country: Iceland | 1 Comment »

The geysir was so much fun but also a HUGE mess! At one point, the geysir exploded beyond the roped area getting all of us including my camera soaking wet and then it spouted out again within seconds later and it was even BIGGER and even if we ran away far enough, we still got […]

June 18th, 2011 by | Country: Iceland | No Comments »


I’m in a country where it’s so underpopulated unlike China, but yet beautiful and peaceful – Iceland.  As I walk through the capital city, Reykjavik, it is seemingly bizarre to be in a place that is so small and to call it a capital city.  All the capital cities to where I’ve travelled are busy […]