• Europe
  • Geothermal pools in Iceland that are not the Blue Lagoon

    Geothermal energy is a byproduct of volcanic activity. Bathing in geothermal pools do more than just rejuvenate. They can do wonder to the skin and boost blood circulation; help with respiratory problems and provide pain relief to aching muscles. The blue lagoon is undoubtedly one of the most popular geothermal pool in Iceland. But if […]

  • Europe
  • Eating Langoustines in Humarhöfnin, Höfn

    As fish lovers, a trip to Iceland would have felt incomplete without trying the country’s famous seafood. And it’s safe to say that Iceland spoiled us. Every place we went to served absolutely fresh-off-the-dock seafood. The dishes themselves were lightly seasoned and cooked to perfection. One of the most memorable restaurants we visited was Humarhöfnin; a seafood joint […]

  • Destinations
  • 15 day Iceland winter itinerary

    Planning a winter trip to Iceland? My wife Shruti and I traveled to the tiny Nordic island nation at the end of February 2016. We did a self-drive trip around the country (15 days/16 nights) starting and ending in Reykjavík. Read on for some tips on drawing up your itinerary. We did a lot of our own research […]