As we planned our courageous journey to Iceland, all of us were anxious. The fear of having less food, sleep, cold and what the nature would hold for us in the four days that we set out to explore this country. We – Papa(Mahesh), Gubbal Peachie(Praveen), Chini(Chinmay), Baby Paws(Shreya), Nehaaa(Chhota Don), and me Rucha set out for a daunting adventure to one of the most scarcely inhabited and nature-rich places in the world. Due credits to Mahesh Prasad and Shreya Patwardhan for everthing. I am really very thrilled to tell that the magic levels in this panoramic region are beyond expectations. Natural beauty is a legacy here. Nordic progressive culture and the Viking history is inevitable. A very scarcely populated, silent island located in the mid-Atlantic Ocean marooned away from the world. Nature weaves out a symphony of sorts with ever changing weather and erratic fluctuations, the finely cut glaciers and panoramic landscapes, the geysers that usher in a gush of revelations, mountains that reach the zenith of the skies, anything and everything that you see here will make your eyes remain transfixed at a location as you take in the breathtaking scenes of gushing waterfalls and aquamarine blue kaleidoscopic lake views. Each breath of fresh air, is crisp and clean with not one single mosquito to be seen anywhere. Daylight never ends in the summers and the skies shone bright when those radiant rays hit you in that shivering cold. The most preferred thing to do here was a quiet night of camping at Vik and a long drive to the Blue Lagoon and Tectonic plates.