In 874, according to the Icelandic “Book of Settlements,” Norseman Ingólfur Arnarson threw the pillars to his chieftain’s seat into the waters off the west coast of Iceland and promised to settle where they washed ashore. It reportedly took his slaves three years to find them.
Personally, I’m curious to know what they did in the meantime.Read More
There is not one thing I can say about the Geysir hot spring area that already can’t be found in any basic search for the Golden Circle.
That won’t stop me from trying, of course.Read More