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Continental plates and spouting geysers

Leaving Hotel Anna we were back off on our travels again, this time for the 2 hour journey to Geysir and Gullfoss waterfall via Thingvellir National Park. As we arrived at Thingvellir we could see why the area was a UNESCO site, steeped in geological and historical interest the park was surrounded by volcanoes, most extinct or dormant. However, the...

Up close and personal to Eyjafjallajökull

Up until April 2010 Eyjafjallajökull was 'just another' one of Iceland's many volcanoes that are scattered over the entire island. However, that was all to change when Eyjafjallajökull awoke from her slumber from beneath an icy glacial blanket and became a house hold name (assuming you can pronounce it of course!). Soon Eyjafjallajökull became a news headline across the...

Icelandic Adventures

As a slight break from the norm and our usually African adventures Andy and I are off to a somewhat colder location! For those that know us it's' no secret that as well as our interest in wildlife we are both closet geology 'geeks' and fascinated with all things 'tectonic' and wilderness related.Previously our interest in volcanoes has seen us...

Hippo Feast

Up until this morning the last couple of days have been a little quieter in terms of sightings and animal behavior. We had a fleeting glimpse of a male Leopard around Smelly crossing but sadly not long enough to get any shots or ID who he was as he soon moved into dense forest and despite trying to track where...

The Cheetah quest continues…

Although we had plans to head to the Musiara Marsh mid way during our trip we have decided to make a slight change of plan and at present continue to stay around the Olkiombo area. Whilst we are keen to hook up with the Marsh Pride and see how they are doing as well as to see the Marsh breakaway...