‘Inspired by Iceland’

This item appears on page 14 of the January 2012 issue.
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In the “Inspired by Iceland” program, hundreds of Iceland’s citizens invite visitors to participate in Icelandic experiences for free during their stay.

Milk cows with a farmer, visit the “Yule Lads” in Dimmuborgir, soak in a hot tub, attend a Viking religious ceremony, enjoy a traditional home-cooked meal, etc. Most events are two to four hours in length and take place in the hosts’ own homes. Visit www.inspiredbyiceland.com, click on “See the invitations” and link to each host’s Facebook page to sign up.

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In the “Inspired by Iceland” program, hundreds of Iceland’s citizens invite visitors to participate in Icelandic experiences for free during their stay.

Milk cows with a farmer, visit the “Yule Lads” in Dimmuborgir, soak in a hot tub, attend a Viking religious ceremony, enjoy a traditional home-cooked meal, etc. Most events are two to four hours in length and take place in the hosts’ own homes. Visit www.inspiredbyiceland.com, click on “See the invitations” and link to each host’s Facebook page to sign up.