Hverir geothermal area – an alien landscape that can’t be missed

I love seeing landscapes that seem not from this planet. The colours, the landforms, sometimes just the absence of people. That’s one of my favourite things about travelling. Myvatn is one such place, completely alien, and absolutely a must-see. I once drove along a highway in Namibia that almost convinced me that I was on the … More Hverir geothermal area – an alien landscape that can’t be missed

Camping in Vik – Iceland’s landscapes at their most striking

VΓ­k Γ­ MΓ½rdal, in the south of Iceland, is a small, pretty village that belongs in a picture frame on a fireplace. But looking beyond the spired church and small houses, nature is on display in all its elemental, brutal, striking glory. Cliffs eroded by the ocean form natural arches, basalt column formations cluster and … More Camping in Vik – Iceland’s landscapes at their most striking