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Actived: Friday Feb 26, 2021
From Iceland — The Icelandic Coupons App: Saving Your Trip
The Icelandic Coupons App offers 15% off at Reykjavík Sailors, so I take this as God telling me to meet some whales. The tour is originally 9,900 ISK, but, for me, it is 8,415 ISK. As I board, I look at the rest of my boat. What fools! My discount from this one transaction already paid for the price of the app!From minke, humpback and killer
From Iceland — How The Icelandic Coupon Book Saved My Life
As stated before, I am from some god-awful place like Idaho or Liechtenstein, so I ventured to Iceland with one thing in mind: friendly marine mammals. Luckily, my coupon book offers 15% off whale watching with Reykjavík Sailors. The normal price is 9.900 ISK, but I stealthy pay only 8.415 ISK.
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off the dead. That said, if you were riding to war and saw a raven flying in the same direction as you, that meant you were gonna have a killer day! Pun intended. Ravens were also spies. Óðinn, the cyclops God, had two ravens called Huginn and Muninn, who are often depicted in artwork as standing on his shoulders. That makes pirates look kind
From Iceland — Springtime In Svalbard: Ice Caves, Dog
We stopped along the way to for a picnic of grilled minke whale at the foot of a glacier. Barentsburg has just two main streets, and feels eerily held in a bygone time. During the Soviet era, the town’s 1000 occupants received free food at the cultural centre, and exchanged coupons for libations at the canteen.
From Iceland — A Rapper Walks Into A Bar: The Making Of
Dóri and his friend Bergur Ebbi decided they were going to start doing stand-up. Dóri owed money at Prikið, a bar on Reykjavík’s famous Laugavegur, and he would pay it off by performing stand-up. “It was my first time and I did a 45-minute set,” said Dóri. “I just told every joke I ever thought of. It was packed and people were
From Iceland — Icelanders Return To The Champagne Life
The consumption of champagne is rising to pre-crash levels, a new study from Arion Bank reports. In a study focusing on non-traditional indicators of quality of life, i.e the use of coupons or consumption of luxury goods, Arion Bank charts the rise and fall of sparkling wine consumption in Iceland over the last 12 years.