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We are Karl and Daan from Amsterdam.
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South Iceland Tag

A Gay Couple exploring South Iceland Vík Black Beach - Iceland Road Trip Part 3: The mystic landscape of the biggest most northern island of Europe builds the base for uncountable stories, fairytales, and sagas of the land of trolls and elves all over the country. Ever heard of the Black Beaches of South Iceland or the small South Icelandic municipality Vík or the national birds of Iceland, the Puffins? In the 3rd part of our round trip Iceland Memories of a South Icelandic Day in Vík we explored the fantastic area around Vík that became one of our Top

Road Trip Adventure Iceland Gay Couple Insider Tips – The first big challenge before our 21-days Road Trip to Iceland actually began, was the planning. Asking travel guides, books, blogs, and official websites was not really satisfactory concerning the length of our trip, choice of our rental car, the planning of our gay-friendly accommodations and assembling our camping equipment. Traveling Iceland in general but especially in late summer and early autumn makes good preparations necessary. Why? Since Iceland is called for a reason the country of fire and ice and for us, also the country of wind, especially between two

A Zodiac Tour Glacier Lagoon Jökulsárlón – We visited both lagoon lakes and choose the bigger version for a Zodiac tour. Why choosing the Jökulsárlón Tour? You are able to see a lot more Icebergs, Seals, and more touring offers. This Lake flows into a short river, that flows into the ocean with smaller and bigger Icebergs. A huge bridge for cars and pedestrians connects both sides of the water.