Greinasafni: Icelandic Times
Icelandic Times - Issue 9. 2011
When summer comes, Iceland opens up just like the many different varieties of flowers that bloom across the land. Like those f lowers, there is such a variety of activities to do, sights to see and
things to experience.
In this, the largest issue to date, we present some of that wide range of facets that make a summer visit to Iceland so different from the more common holidays.
No magazine can do the country justice,however; every sense, every emotion and every part of body and spirit is exercised to the maximum in this land of extremes.
It’s easy to use superlatives, but this is one occasion where they are merited. How else can life-changing sights and experiences be described?
We invite you to investigate this Land of Fire and Ice yourself and see if you agree with all that has been written here. Yet, you will still only be scratching the surface! –asf

Publisher
Interland ehf.
Höfðatún 12 • 105 Reykjavík
Phone +354 5341880
info@icelandictimes.com

Editor and General Manager

Einar Th. Thorsteinsson

einar@icelandictimes.com
Sales and Marketing
Anna Margrét Bjarnadóttir
anna@icelandictimes.com
Björg Sigurðardóttir
björg@icelandictimes.com
Elín Björg Ragnarsdóttir
elin@icelandictimes.com

Proofreading

Andrew Scott Fortune

Articles written by

Andrew Scott Fortune
Anna Margrét Bjarnadóttir
Hrafnhildur Þórhallsdóttir
Kelly Baumann
Laurence Koster
Marie Valgardsson
Róbert Róbertsson
Stefán Helgi Valsson
Unnur Hrefna Jóhannsdóttir
Vignir Andri Guðmundsson

Layout
Interland Layout Team

Front cover photo

Svartifoss, S. Iceland
by Ragnar Th. Sigurðsson

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