24Nov

Bus Travel

Iceland pretty much has bus travel perfected, no doubt. Frequent service, cheap fares, clean buses, free WiFi, 220V sockets in every other row. Plus having assloads of luggage in the hold was such a non-problem it is hard to imagine they would as much as bat an eye if you […]

04Nov

Playing in 3D

Winter evenings come quickly in Iceland, and when it’s stormy and raining outside with no chance for nothern lights, why not go ahead and learn something new, or play around to refresh things? I decided to take a random, very short video I had made that day on my iPhone […]

Pretty much everybody that travels along the south coast of Iceland stops at Jökulsárlón, the famous glacier lagoon. The many icebergs floating out into the open sea and the enormous glaciers in the background are indeed truly spectacular! But it sometimes surprises me how many visitors miss out on the […]

The opening paragraph in today’s NYTimes.com article on George Shuba: George Shuba, the Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder who played in three World Series during the 1950s but who was best remembered for his welcoming gesture to Jackie Robinson at home plate on the day Robinson, as a minor leaguer, broke baseball’s […]