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30+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip


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Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
Known as the world's northernmost capital of a sovereign state, Reykjavík is the largest city of Iceland, located in southwestern Iceland, on the southern shore of Faxa Bay. Believed to be the first permanent settlement in Iceland, Reykjavik is the heart of everything: from cultural, business, and of course, tourism – and, there’s really much to explore! And will it be a good idea to roam around, if there’s an endless acre of snow? When the air turns thin and cold, we all know that it’s winter season --- but but but, this does not stop Iceland from professing a great deal of photo envy vibe within Reykjavík alone. The colorful rooftops line and the northern seashore of Reykjavík makes everything here really stunning – you have to walk around and see it for yourself!

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Reykjavik has 10 districts, Miðborg being the District 2, which is the actual city centre; although, most of the main sights to reconnoiter are scattered around Reykjavik. Of course, there are the absolute must see places like the Hallgrímskirkja — the largest church in Iceland, the Laugavegur – the oldest shopping street in Iceland, the Tjörnin - prominent lake in central Reykjavík, and the Harpa - basalt landscape inspired concert hall in Iceland. Everything is walkable and doable, even oldies and senior citizens would find it easy to do so, and you really don’t need to rent a car to see majority of the places here in Reykjavik. Word of caution though: as it is winter time, it might be a bit uncomfortable to walk around with three to four layers of winter wear, but I personally wouldn’t mind at all. Especially if it’s your first time seeing Reykjavik and you only have a few days or weeks to spare. And, because the beautiful picturesque places are surely worth the temporary small inconvenience. Plus, this is a good excuse to really slow down the walking and enjoy the sights to see! Also, this is a good prep for you, once you start chasing the Northern Lights! 

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Now of course, if you are interested to know about the best Iceland winter day trips and tours from Reykjavik, there are so many to choose from. While some tours have a limit on age (young children / old folks), there are other tours that require people to be quite fit, offering adventure. Northern Lights, Ice Cave Tours, Glacier Walks, White Whale Watching Tours, The Golden Circle, Silfra Snorkelling tour are some of the ultimate best tours that you can take from Reykjavik, either via a bus tour or by renting your own car and doing a self-drive day trip from Reykjavik in winter. I only had the chance to try a few of these, but I personally would like to go back and try the Silfra Snorkelling and the Thrihnukagigur Volcano Tour. Imagine going INSIDE a volcano? Or having the chance to snorkel between two continents? Only in Iceland!

With so much creativity and soul to see in Reykjavik alone, it will be unfair to spend only a day or two walking around and exploring the city. Especially during winter, where there are seasonal activities and festivities, it’s best to give yourself a really good time and do several winter day trips discovering this quirky city.

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bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
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bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
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bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
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bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Iceland ::  40+ Snaps to Show That You Should Walk Around Reykjavik on a Winter’s Day Trip
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From Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik City Center: Your Immersive Icelandic Intro


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From Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik City Center
Winter seems to be a thrilling time to be in Reykjavik – this is a basic code of reality if you have been living in a tropical city in South East Asia like me! There’s something about this puzzling bone-chilling snowy weather that makes every scenery snap into this gleaming out of this world kind of reverie, one that is not so painful to look at! Reykjavik draws spectators and participants from around the world who would want to experience a distinctive kind of winter, one that is blanketed in full winter white color – this is a fact, seeing the sample size of people we encountered when we landed at the Keflavik Airport, Iceland’s largest airport and the country's main hub for international transportation.

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The good thing about not expecting anything is that you somehow get to be blown away by something, do you agree? Most likely because I lacked caffeine that morning, but before we reached the Keflavik Airport, I was distracted by this Icelandic baby and his Snow White looking mother sitting beside me in the plane on our way to Iceland. It felt as if they were fresh out of an IG story and they were making every one of us sitting beside them go “ooohhh” and “aaaahhh” because of them. They were far from annoying, in fact, they were the complete opposite. Spell adorable? So much so, that I forgot to read the planned map of places and the itinerary for that half day and thus, fully forgetting my expectations about Iceland. Good thing, it turned out that way! Good thing, it was a lesson learned! Not only was the Keflavík International Airport one of the nicest international airports I’ve been to in the Nordic area, it also was a surprise to me to be one of the busiest. As a matter of fact, did you know that the Keflavík International Airport is the fifth-busiest airport in the Nordic countries by total passengers?

Not to confuse you, this Keflavik airport is almost exclusively used for international flights; most domestic flights use Reykjavík Airport, which lies 3 km from Reykjavík's city centre, although seasonal flights from Akureyri fly to Keflavík. The Keflavik airport itself is quite impressive, with shops, cafes, restaurants, and car rentals available. Care to buy some Icelandic Skincare (Blue Lagoon)? Or maybe some Icelandic Design and Handicrafts (Rammagerdin – Iceland Gift Store)? Or perhaps something to eat at the Mathus, Nord or Pure Food Hall? I decided to get a refreshing juice and some delicious sandwich option at the Joe and the Juice, which is the best seller place during that particular morning! I also decided to choose that after seeing the mom and Instagram Icelandic baby was also relaxing at that place. Do as the locals do, right? Lol.

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As the worldly passengers swift by and my people-watching slowly come into full circle, I decided to search for some take away at the nearest convenience store, before heading to the Reykjavik City Center. It’s around an hour away travel time from the Keflavik Airport to the Reykjavik City Center. (A different route if you want to go from the Keflavik Airport to the Blue Lagoon.) There are four options to go and choose from. You can either rent a car, which I think is one of the best options; just have to have your valid driving license with you. Another option is to take a public bus, which is the cheapest option – Bus 55, final stop is the BSI Umferðarmiðstöðin, which is the city’s main bus terminal. This is the most common option for travelers and locals, so expect a flock of people here as well! Also, you can take a FlyBus or a Grayline bus, which is slightly more expensive, but convenient since they will drop you off at your hotel / hostel doorstep. And of course, the last and most expensive one – a mini-bus or shuttle (no taxi!), which you can inquire at the Tourist Information Center inside the airport.

So yes, if you are interested to see what it’s like to travel into one of the coolest (pun intended) places on earth: from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik City Center, your immersive Icelandic introduction starts the minute you land and see the cultural commotion happening in the airport! Here are some photos to prove my point, isn’t the airport nice-looking too? #WheninKEF

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Plants that You Can Give on Birthdays

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Plants that You Can Give on Birthdays
To celebrate someone’s special day, plants are a great and ideal present to give. Just like any flower bouquets, the gift of plants is also available for delivery to any birthday celebration. The advantage when choosing plants as birthday present is that it is good to last for a long while when properly cared and grown at home or in any space. The florist like Little Flower Hut offers the best varieties of plants that you can give on birthdays. Here are the most popular ones:

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Orchids
Orchids are available in different species and hybrids, as well as in a variety of colors and patterns. The Orchid plants can be a gorgeous and stunning birthday gift you can give the celebrant to show admiration and love. You can also send a florist delivery to tell the celebrant how much you admire her unique beauty and character.

Amaryllis
The plant of Amaryllis is a beautiful gift on birthdays. You can send this flowering plant through the florist in a beautiful box or can or pot. It is best to choose a decorative planter for this gift to make the plant not just a lovely present on birthday but also a pretty decorative item at home or in any space in the office.

Roses
If you want to give her a hand bouquet of Roses every day or a single stem of Rose, why not give her a Rose plant this time. The plant is easy to grow at home, and when properly cared for, it can give her blooms of beautiful Roses most of the time. You can choose different colors of Roses or her favorite color.

Lavender
Lavender plants are easy to grow and nurture at home. They provide a relaxing and calming scent that spreads throughout the room. The stunning appearance of the flower is also a gift that she will enjoy for a long while. The online florist offers this plant in a variety of cans and pots that are great as birthday present.

Bamboo
Bamboo plants are great as birthday gift because they are believed to bring peace and luck to the celebrant. The flower shop has Bamboo plants in different sizes and arrangements in beautiful presentation. A delivery of flowering plants is a great way to bring a smile to the celebrant’s face as he or she celebrates the special day.

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Iceland Travel For the Very First Time: Dancing with Fantastic Auroras and Adventuring with Reykjavik’s Epic Roads


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Iceland Travel For the Very First Time
Hey, you guys, quick survey: Has anyone of you seen the latest Netflix hit: Lost in Space? Are you a fan of Netflix’s Lost in Space? Oh yes to you, two thumbs up, right? I recently got hooked on this Netflix-and-Chill series, and whenever I watch the Robinson family harrow through the icy and treacherous highlands of an unidentified lost planet, I find myself daydreaming about my equally out of this world kind of travel experience: ICELAND. While I’ve heard that they are developing some rocket ship of some sort that will allow us to reach Mars and hopefully other inhabitable planets, I suppose Iceland is the next best thing, if you are looking for that otherworldly experience. Needless to say, you can only visualize how much thrilled I am to be sharing this to you guys! FINALLY! After months (which felt like years) of anticipation, I can share this travel series to you! My much awaited and truly one-for-the-books travel escapades to this top dazzling bucket list worthy place known as Iceland.

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Never in a million dreams have I fantasized about traveling to Iceland, when I was a kid. It’s just not something a stereotypical middle-class Filipino kid would dream of. It’s not in our cards; it’s never a given. And much like my beloved home country, the Philippines, once you live in such diversely distinctive paradise, full of exotic landscapes and rich floras and faunas, you tend to never even feel the courage to imagine of a place better than what you have. Besides, we have gotten to know that “it’s more fun in the Philippines”; and it sure still is. Nonetheless, flash forward to two decades and a thousand travel misadventures after, I have finally set foot in this Nordic island country in the North Atlantic, which is the most sparsely populated country in Europe. I immediately understood why everyone is instantaneously hypnotized by the beauty of Iceland. The gods must have spent a little more time beautifying this volcanically and geologically active island – it’s so damn gorgeous! If Philippines wasn’t on my list, this tops any must-go-must-visit life bucket list.

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Iceland’s is mostly sand and lava fields, mountains, and glaciers, with most of the archipelago having a tundra climate. If you are like me, who prefers outdoors over the stereotypical city lights and structured concrete puzzles known as skyscrapers, you’ll be awed by how Reykjavik, the largest city and capital of Iceland, meekly compliments well with the rest of the archipelagoes natural landscapes. It feels out of this world, the beauty and all. The geology, climate, and biodiversity shows well in how the Icelandic cuisine, literature, arts, cultures, and most importantly travel preference are highlighted.  I have never found a place in Northern Europe that is as comfortable, casual, and approachable as the people here – they appreciate new blood who appreciate their country.

While I still try to find my way on how to visit Mars in this lifetime, I would be very happy to go back to Iceland tomorrow, next week, or several times soon. Lol. But for now, it’s time to join me as we sightsee around Iceland, through the upcoming visual posts on every possible crook and crevice you can perceive, all thanks to my inner Lost-In-Space-Infinity-Wars avenging eyes of wonder. #SomeoneJustWatchedAvengers #LostInSpace #AstronautGoals

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