Farfuglaheimilið í Borgarnesi hefur fengið vottun Norræna Umhverfismerkisins Svansins til staðfestingar á góðum árangri í umhverfismálum. Svanurinn var afhentur í Borgarnesi af Kristínu Lindu Árnadóttur, forstjóra Umhverfistofnunar og Birgittu Stefánsdóttur sérfræðings á sviði sjálfbærni við stofnunina.
The "green messengers" explore different of ways to illustrate and explain through practical works, speeches and printed materials how environmental/sustainability matters are tied in with our methods of travelling, daily life and the actions of each individual.
Reykjavík, the world’s northernmost capital, and it is also one of the smallest in the world. It is easy to find your way around and it is a friendly city that offers a surprising amount of things to see and do. Reykjavík is a amazing green and sustainable city close to pure nature. Being in Reykjavík is a memorable visit for everyone!
One can call Iceland, the land of the Midnight sun, as this natural phenomenon occurs in the summer months in places.
The sun is actually visible for the full 24 hours and the Midnight Sun is visible from June 12 until July 1.
To HI Iceland and to The Loft HI Hostel, I will forever cherish my time in Reykjavik. Thank you.
Have you stayed at the Loft, or another hostel in Reykjavik? If so, what did you think? What do you look for when choosing a place to stay?
Don´t you just love the Christmas time? When the snow has started to fall and the sparkling lights and decorations lit up the streets in the city. Here are just a couple of suggestions for you to do during Christmas time in Iceland.
Situated in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean just West of Norway, Iceland is a rapidly growing tourist destination among backpackers and luxury travelers alike. Perhaps best known for her natural beauty and luxurious geothermal pools, Iceland is home to a diverse array of landscapes and adventurous activities.
While some people see it as defacing public property, I beg to differ. Street art is a massive statement of the city’s people, not only claiming the city as their own, but adding their own personal or social experience to the place’s visual appearance.