You can't make this up

Icelandic people truly are a different breed...

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Fun, witty and most of all a hilarious list of weird things about Icelanders in recent times. You really can't make this stuff up!
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This blog post is ideal for those who are traveling to Iceland for the first time. The list contains both useful facts and fun trivia about Icelandic people, food, culture, history and more.
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The ultimate guide for thrill seeking people who are not afraid of the cold and want to surf in Iceland. The article includes great tips and valuable information such as a map with the best spots information about what gear is necessary and more.
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Well, if you want to stay in one of the three most unique places in Iceland, this article tells you exactly where to look. Good night.
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Are you not sure about camping outside in the cold in Iceland? Well, here's a new alternative option for you! Camp inside a greenhouse. For real.
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Iceland is not known for dogsledding and it is actually not a part of authentic Icelandic culture. Nevertheless, there is a company that offers dogsledding tours for those who are interested.
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Do you dare? Sea swimming is a surprisingly common activity amongst locals in Iceland and if you're up for an adventure, it's worth trying at least once!
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The Melrakkaslétta peninsula is most certainly not on most tourists' bucket list before visiting Iceland. However, if you're looking for a remote road-trip, look no further.
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The prison break escape game is basically a game where you have an hour to escape a room by solving all kinds of riddles and mysteries. If you've been resting your body and mind in Iceland, it's now time to let your mind to work!
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Snorkelling between two tectonic plates, surfing amongst iceberg and snowboarding in the dark are among things you can't do anywhere but in Iceland. Here's an inspiring blog post for adventure-thirsty travellers.
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Icelanders are known to be very keen on all kinds of snacks, candy and quick bites. Here's an article about the best authentic snacks you can get in Iceland. They are all yummy, we promise!
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The settlers of Iceland lived in turf cabins, characterised by their grassy roofs. Some turf houses still remain and have been rebuilt partly or entirely. Saenautasel is located in Iceland's Highlands and has been redecorated as a restaurant.
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Thorrablot is a big event in Iceland that takes place in January each year. The Thorrablot is basically a great feast where people come together and eat traditional Icelandic food—which is by some considered the strangest food in the world.
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There are no polar bears in Iceland. Instead, there are for instance whales, puffins, reindeer and foxes. Here's a guide to Iceland's wild fauna.
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There was a change in the landscape in the Holuhraun area after the eruption in 2014. New lava field was formed and a geothermal pool emerged.
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Not everyone realizes that day trips from Iceland to Greenland are a real thing. While on the more expensive side for day trips, it's a unique experience.
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Great travel story about a scuba diving trip to Silfra in Thingvellir National Park, an underwater canyon considered one of the best spots in the world for diving.
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For visitors and residents alike, social dancing provides an entertaining and energetic night out. The Reykjavík swing dance scene, along with salsa and blues, is open to dancers of all levels.
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In seeing "How to become Icelandic in 60 minutes" Bjarni Haukur Thorsson teaches you everything you need to know about being Icelandic, in just one hour!
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After reading this travel blog, you will be craving to go snorkeling in Iceland (yes, that's a real thing!) despite how freezing the idea sounds at first.
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Raufarhólshellir is the third largest cave in Iceland. This underground lava tube is located in south Iceland, between Reykjanes peninsula and Selfoss.
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The "Crystal Cave" is a large ice cave located in Vatnajokull Glacier in the southeastern part of Iceland. It was discovered in 2005 and it is the largest ice cave in Iceland. These bloggers made their dream come true and visited this unique cave.
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If you're looking for a story of how to get out of the city and experiencing wild Reindeers in the East Fjords, this article is a great read.
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Iceland certainly has a plethora of romantic spots in the rugged nature. Here are a few favorites of a local travel writer.
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If you're headed to Iceland, you better try some of the delicious (and some not as) local authentic and traditional food. This article focuses on four really awesome things we love and urge you to try!
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Iceland celebrates the Carnival right before the 40 day Easter fast. Although most people have given up the habit of staying abstinent to meat or fish during this time of year, the tradition of celebrating Carnival lives on.
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A great personal travel story from a lifestyle+travel blogger from Brooklyn who came to Iceland in winter, dipped into the Blue Lagoon, and went glamping in a bubble under the stars!
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Berry picking is probably not on top of most visitors's to-do list. However, you'll find many locals picking berries in the fall and its a unique activity.
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Over the last decade, Iceland's nature has become increasingly popular for critically acclaimed international movies and TV shows. Here's a list of a few.
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There is no better way to see the Icelandic nature then flying over it! This is only a short way from Reykjavik and offers amazing views.
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Falling into tourist traps is probably the most annoying thing about of travelling. I hope this article will teach you a thing or two about the most common tourist traps in Iceland.
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