Annina Claesson i Huffington Post om en resa till Island.
lördag 6 augusti 2016
"Iceland is full of contradictions - it’s one of the world’s youngest land masses and the world’s oldest democracy, it’s geothermally active with constantly boiling temperatures right under its crust and yet never really warm, heavy with history and yet equipped with a young, progressive heart. It can be downright weird, with its moon-like landscapes almost completely devoid of fauna. However, its unique geography means that wherever you look, you’ll see something grandiose and beautiful."