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Come on Baby light my fire!

AdvantagesOne of Nature's wonders

DisadvantagesYou might have to go a few times to see them

"...Reykjavik this was part of the deal. One of my main hopes for our trip was the chance to see the Northern Lights and so it was important that we had a good chance of seeing them. The tour company we booked with promised that if you didnít see them on your first tour they would keep taking you out until you did see them and that could be two years later! Knowing this we booked our first Northern lights trip on our second night there as this gave us ..." Read review
02.01.2014

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Northern Lights, cheap(er) beer, no McDonalds!

AdvantagesA natural wonder of the world!

DisadvantagesYou have to go to Iceland to see it!

"First the serious stuff. Iceland devalued its currency (the krona) about 14 months ago, following the financial crisis. This has helped the country as far as tourism is concerned as it has meant the price of everything has moved from expensive to affordable. In answer to the all important question how much is a pint of beer in Iceland the answer is £3.60 according to our favourite beer comparison site www.pintprice.com. This compares very favourably ..." Read review
16.07.2010

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