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Icelandic HorseWe have come from east to west along Iceland’s southern coast, but now we are turning round to write the holiday as Inntravellers will experience it. They will be arriving in a hire car from Reykjavik airport in the west and travelling in the opposite direction to that we've just come. So, we are about to embark on the coastal drive which will connect their two centres via the small settlement of Vik. Read the full post
Posted: 28/09/2011 08:10:51 by Beth Hancock, Inntravel | with 0 comments



Northern LightsIf you’ve ever been lucky enough to witness the Northern Lights, you’ll know what an incredible sight they are – multi-coloured, ghost-like apparitions streaking and flashing across the night sky.

NASA scientists have been studying the effect for years and predict that 2012 will be the best display of the aurora borealis for 50 years.

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Posted: 27/09/2011 11:33:27 by | with 3 comments



The waterfall at Skogarfoss, IcelandAfter a few days' silence from David Lanfear, this message was found in an Icelandic beer bottle washed up on the beach at Whitby. "We roll off the ferry at dawn onto the edge of Iceland. We’ve sailed up a beautiful fjord to a simple harbour with equally simple colourful houses dotted around, mainly made of corrugated iron, but some of wood. It’s all very quiet and calm and empty.... and lovely." Read the full post
Posted: 19/09/2011 09:32:38 by | with 0 comments



Slow down on holiday and relaxWe’re always on the lookout for good photographs to enhance our website and brochures – pictures that tell a story and illustrate what our Slow holidays are all about. So, today we are launching a fantastic competition in which one lucky snapper will win a high-performance Nikon D3100 Digital SLR camera.

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Posted: 14/09/2011 14:17:09 by | with 1 comments



Caravan sculptureWe’ve made it at last! Poised on the edge of Denmark, and ready to jump… Literally on the edge, as our campsite is perched on an open grassy bluff overlooking the waves and itself overlooked by a lighthouse. In fact, we later discover that the site has no exterior lighting as the rotating beam of the lighthouse provides it all – in an off-and-on way. A bracing wind is blasting off the Atlantic and all the campers are crouched on the landward side of their caravans, wearing anoraks. Read the full post
Posted: 08/09/2011 23:05:00 by | with 0 comments



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