European Fliers urged to be vigilant following volcanic eruption

People travelling in Europe are being warned to remain vigilant following the eruption of an Icelandic volcano in May, as fears of further disruption to flights abound. The Grimsvotn volcano is Iceland’s most active and in May this year an eruption sent plumes of black ash into the stratosphere, causing chaos at European airports as…

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Three incredible experiences in Reykjavik

I can’t say it really crossed my mind to visit Reykjavik whilst backpacking; tight budget and Iceland are not traditionally synonymous. However, as I discovered recently, it is possible to comfortably mix the two. Don’t be put off by expensive reputations when planning your gap year; Iceland will be an experience you will treasure for…

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