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For more than thirty years, Antony Rhodes has traveled the world and now he has condensed his experience into this up-to-date pocket guide to the very best of Iceland.
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• Planning your trip
• Best Seasons To Go
• Top 10 Things To Do In Iceland
• Northern Lights
• Caves, waterfalls and other natural attractions
• The Fimmvörðuháls Trek
• Tröllaskagi Peninsula
• Iceland's Capital: Reykjavík
• The Blue Lagoon
• Best-Kept Secrets
• Visit Þingvellir
• Visit Snæfellsjökull, First National Park of Iceland
• Horseback Riding
• Viking World Museum
And much, much more!
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The Big Fish returns to his travels and this time he's in Turkey and Greece with a few hors d'oeuvres served up for starters.
So the failing Greek economy, terrorism alerts, and so many Americans for company; surely the makings of a real adventure... But it's mainly about people and his take on them. Although I think he can perhaps rule out any diplomatic service in the Foreign Office if he had any aspirations in that field...
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