Issue 143 International Adventure: Where The Wind Blows

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An eager Hannah heads to one of her dream destinations, only to discover it’s not like she imagined at all. Words Hannah Photography Hannah and Snorri Thor Tryggvason Iceland Air’s safety announcement features very little of the usual plane stuff. Instead, there is an improbably healthy and relaxed looking woman hiking her way across the mountainous landscapes of Iceland. Instead of heading for the exits, she walks serenely towards a pass between two hills. She dons a life jacket as well as a wetsuit, and prepares to canoe down a river, clear waters revealing a black river bed which cuts...

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  • footflaps
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    Some nice photos!

    Quite fancy trying one of those forks. Using a RedShift stem at the moment….

    neilblessitt
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    Very poetic!

    Digby
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    Thanks @stwhannah – I really enjoyed watching and reading that!

    Iceland is somewhere I want to go back to as I’ve only seen a limited amount of it driving from Reykjavik to Akureyri (en route to Greenland) and missed all the geological wonders etc. Despite the wind and the bleakness I always feel drawn to such barren landscapes … but maybe I’m just channeling my ‘inner goth’! 😉

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