Memory gift of a winter circle

Reynisfjara basalt columns. Picture by Mark Poszonyi, Feb 2020

Due to COVID 19 it’s very quiet in Iceland and hardly any tourists are here. Some other work at home is ongoing and let’s see when we are driving and guiding again. Exactly now I got an email with a link to many beautiful pictures taken and sent by Mark Pozsonyi who was joining one of my last winter circles in February. Continue Reading →


10 years Eyjafjallajökull eruption

Eruption over Thorvaldseyri. 20.04.2010

Unbelievable it’s already 10 years since Eyjafjallajökull eruption startet – and again we are in a big crises and hardly any planes are flying. Time to remember what happened in 2010. It was very impressive when I drove a group of journalists to Thorvaldseyri and took pictures. Continue Reading →


Last drive before Corona crisis

4×4 Landcruiser in winter sunlight at Reykjanes peninsula. 03.03.2020

Somewhen it’s needed to drive to Reykjavik to meet partners and the book keeper. We were writing March 3, 2020. Fortunately the camera was joing us and we had to stop several times on our way back to Keflavik, landscape, light showed up the best way and even the duck pont in Keflavik was of a romantic kind. Corona had started to come into the news and in people’s mind. Continue Reading →


The story of 4×4 Mantra

Our 4×4 Mantra found on facebook. Not known when picture is taken and by whom.

Recently a picture of our 4×4 Mantra was posted on facebook among other older bus pics. I saw immediately the 4×4 Mantra of Iceland Excursions, later Grayline or known as Allrahanda company. Continue Reading →


Winter adventure on 4×4 Sprinter

4×4 Sprinter full of snow at Fosshotel Myvatn. 26.02.2020

Our 4×4 Sprinter is back and cleaned from a real winter adventure to North Iceland. Eleven guests from Switzerland joined the annually repeated Wintermärchen tour (translated winter fairy tale tour). As there was hardly any snow in Switzerland during this winter everybody was very happy to find white landscapes from the first to the last day. Continue Reading →