Winter is coming! A phrase adopted by Game of Thrones many years ago, but also something often muttered by the locals when the first snow falls in the autumn months. For the locals, it spells the end of harvest season and the start of a difficult winter. For tourists, it’s the beginning of a winter wonderland.
This months post is going to focus on some of the reasons winter in Iceland is revered by so many, despite the cold. If things improve before the winter snow disappears in March then perhaps popping over to Iceland could be an option for you. But for now, let’s consider this aspirational and educational. It’s all most of us can hope for right now sadly.
Autumn is leaving
This autumn, Icelanders have been quite lucky. The weather has been quite warm, calm and plenty of nights with Northern Lights. Very little snow has fallen
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