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Journeys : MNJ Aug Sep 2011
Black lava, white glaciers Ian Cole explores the Land of Fire and Ice At a little under twice the area of tasmania, Iceland’s size lends itself to some comfortable drives to discover why it is known as ‘the Land of Fire and Ice’. this name accurately reflects the fact that snow and ice are strongly intertwined in Iceland’s landscape with thermal springs, geysers and lava flows. Thingvellir, Iceland’s most historic site. Destinations 14 August / September 2011
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