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What To Check For When You Pick Up Your Rental Car In Iceland
Renting a car can be an intimidating process. But, it doesn't have to be as long as you're aware of what you should look for, and what you should ask the rental...
Rúnar Þór Sigurbjörnsson
The Icelandic Penis Museum
A guide to Iceland's most unusual museum, the Icelandic Phallological Museum, or in short... the Penis Museum.
Do I Need Sand and Ash Protection in Iceland?
The Sand and Ash Damage Waiver is an important insurance, but during what ? Find out when this waiver is most important.
Driving in Iceland
The Top 5 Camper Rentals in Iceland | A Detailed 2019 Overview
A 2019 list of the highest rated campervan rentals in Iceland. Who has the best service or highest quality vehicles?
Northbound Comic - Lost in The Woods
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Iceland & Music
4 Great Icelandic Bands You May Not Have Heard Of
When you think of Iceland you likely envision its vast fields of unspoiled nature, raging volcanoes, astronomically proportionate glaciers or perhaps the miscon...
The Viking's Guide to Iceland
The Viking's Guide to Reykjanes
You won’t have to travel far to get to Reykjanes since the KEF International Airport is conveniently located right in the center of the region. As...
Driving Highland Road F206, Lakagígar in Iceland
Lakagígar, or Craters of Laki, is a volcanic fissure in south Iceland. The road F206 runs through the area and gives way to some of Iceland's most e...
Local Car Rentals or Big Brand Rentals - Which Is Better?
Should you choose the smaller, family-run local rental car companies or go with the big global brands for some good old "peace of mind"?“
Driving Highland Road F26, Sprengisandsleið in Iceland
Everything you need to know about the F26 highland way, Sprengisandsleið. Sprengisandur is a vast stretch of sand in the Icelandic highlands.
Driving Highland Road 550, Kaldidalur in Iceland
Everything you need to know about the 550 highland route, Kaldidalur. Kaldidalur is one of the shortest and easiest highland routes in Iceland.
Driving Highland Road F35, Kjölur in Iceland
One of the longest of the Icelandic highland roads, Kjölur runs a good stretch from Gullfoss all the way up to route 1 in the vicinity of Blönduós.