I am a huge
fan of traveling. Since the age of 9, I dreamt of being a photographer and
journalist for National Geographic magazine. I think of traveling as of one of
the biggest, most influential parts of my life. So here, after this lyrical introduction,
here is my article about Iceland, the land of obvious ice, sheep and Bjork.
and hot springs, waterfalls and unforgettable majestic volcanoes, friendly
people and fluffy sheep. That’s Iceland, a country which maybe every
experienced traveler, tired of the usual Turkey, touristic Italy and
fashionable Thailand, dreams about visiting.
Of course, if you love the warm sea, deck chairs and a cold beer in hand, Iceland
may seem not the best and not the cheapest way to spend a vacation. But if you
are not afraid of the sub-arctic climate, wind in your face, freezing nights in
a tent and hundreds of kilometers of seemingly extraterrestrial landscape, this
icy country is just for you.