hi there. its my dream to one day get to visit you, until then, I found the word "Raðljóst" and I was thinking about getting it inked, but just to make sure, does it actually mean "enough light to find your way by"? Always good to double check! Can't wait to meet you!
No, you have the wrong word. Or at least the wrong spelling. The right word is “Ratljóst,” which means it is bright enough to find your way.
Raðljóst is not really a word, but it would make a funny tattoo.
Hello! Nice to talk to you. I tried to visited you walking, but i live in Chile, so i get tired real easy. And i have no money for fly. So i want to say thank you for the pictures; It is almost like being there. Without movement. Without sound. Most likely. Maybe. But there are great pictures. =D
Hello my friend Necro Angel.
I would move closer to you you if I could. Then maybe you could walk all the way to me? Also, I could be warmer. But, alas, I would probably not be named Iceland anymore.
My humans like to say “Gleðileg Jól” a lot during this time of year. It means “Merry Christmas.” Sometimes they like to feel different and special and then they say “gleðilega hátíð.” That means “Happy Holidays.”
Then they usually go off and eat more than is good for them and talk about all the healthy things they are going to do next year.
Hello, Iceland! First of all, you are gorgeous and i love you. Second, i've got a question. Is same sex marriage legal in...well, you? I'm curious, because one of my family friend is gay, but it's not legal here, so she's thinking of moving somewhere else and she really likes you. Lots of love ^__^
Yes, it is, Cora From Space. My humans do not care who you love. They only want you to be happy (and their friend).
I realised how beautiful the earth is, thanks to your nature and am today studying geoscience at Stockholm university. And hopefully one day, I'll get to study your volcanoes since they fascinate me the most!
Yes, I have many friends who are geo-scientists. They like me for who I really am.
the culture | the feel | the light | the volcanoes | the steam | the 2 am soaks in 100 degree mountain top hot spring rivers | the early morning snorkel through a 35 degree volcano | the places | the shadows | the silence | the sounds | the animals | the seafood | the glaciers | the love | the sun that never goes down | the iceland.