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Deep in the Arctic- hugging region of north Iceland, the jagged volcanic rocks at Dimmuborgir are, according to Norse mythology, trolls.
As the clock ticks down to midnight, a crowd gathers in Times Square, waiting for a glittering ball to descend and launch the New Year.
By all rights, Iceland -- a remote Arctic island inhabited by just 320,000 people -- should be a forgotten backwater.
On the 7th day of our trip in Iceand, we leaver the farm of Modrudalur and drive on the road 1 to the Myvatn lake region, one of the most touristic places in Iceland.
Smuttynose Brewing Co.' s new brewhouse on Towle Farm Road in Hampton features new equipment that arrived last week from Germany.
Tonight i went with two ladies , Jaimie Vancil from USA and Nicola Daniels from Australia - and they wanted to see the Northern lights - They had not seen them before - and i took them just a few minutes out of Reykjavik , and we got an excellent show - and also part of the meteor shower - but i could not get the meteor shower on photos - You can ... (more)
It's a short hike under a milky sky and the view at the top, as is often the way in this part of the world, is icily spectacular.
The new Smuttynose Brewing Co. facility on Towle Farm Road completed one of the final steps Wednesday before production will be transferred from the Portsmouth brewery.
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Passengers arriving for the inaugural easyJet flight from Bristol Airport to Reykjavik this morning may have been surprised to find a 7ft camel greeting them at the check-in desks.
Michael Laudrup's men missed out on the point they needed to ensure qualification to the last 32 but were given a helping hand by a 1-1 draw between Valencia and Kuban As Luke Evans talked The Hobbit with Robin Turner he said he would like be 007.
An Icelandic court has sentenced four former Kaupthing bankers to jail for market abuses related to a large stake taken in the bank by a Qatari sheikh just before it went under in late 2008.
This isn't a magical land -- it's Iceland, and the City of Saskatoon is looking towards it and a few other Scandinavian countries for inspiration.