10 most popular posts of 2015

10 most popular posts of 2015

It’s that time of year again when I look back and see which posts got seen and which ones didn’t.  I do it mainly for myself as I love lists and statistics though I hope my readers enjoy it too.  I make this list from viewing figures which means that posts...
Sisterhood of the World Bloggers

Sisterhood of the World Bloggers

“Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award recognizes the unique voices of women bloggers around the world.” I’ve been nominated by the wonderful Corinne of Reflections Enroute for a Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award.  I’m always chuffed to...
Versatile Blogger

Versatile Blogger

Pondering on dates and anniversaries recently over on my Facebook page for Lou Messugo I realised I’d been running the gîte for 5 years.  Which got me thinking that April has another anniversary – my blogiversary.  Three days ago, on the 18th April this...
4 of the best places to swim in Iceland

4 of the best places to swim in Iceland

I recently wrote about places to swim or bathe in Iceland, including the famous Blue Lagoon and a municipal pool in Reykjavík, with tips on swimming pool etiquette.  Here I’m going to tell you about the more adventurous swim spots we found including the oldest pool in...
Swimming in Iceland – Top Tips and Locations

Swimming in Iceland – Top Tips and Locations

Packing for a trip to Iceland, particularly in winter, you’d be forgiven for not thinking about including your swimming costume.  But forget it and you risk missing out on one of Iceland’s greatest (semi) secrets. Swimming in Iceland – in all seasons – is one of the...
Grow your Blog – blog hop party!

Grow your Blog – blog hop party!

Last year I participated in the biggest blog hop I’ve ever come across with over 400 participants and it was such a success that I’m doing it again. It’s called Grow Your Blog and it’s open to all genres of blog, from all over the world, simply...
5 places I could visit over and over

5 places I could visit over and over

Having recently returned from a trip to Iceland, a place I lived in as a child, I’ve been thinking more and more about the desire to go back to old haunts.  My curiosity to see and discover new places is insatiable and I usually find when deciding whether to go...
Getting back into the swing of things

Getting back into the swing of things

There was an unusual melancholy hanging over Lou Messugo a couple of weeks ago upon our return from Iceland.  Whether it was owing to exceptional circumstances in the gîte – guests and their personal dramas that we became involved with – or the displaced...
Blue Reykjavik

Blue Reykjavik

I’ve recently got back from an absolutely excellent family holiday in Iceland, with around 1500 photos to prove it!  I’m rather overwhelmed by the task of editing them and writing about all our experiences, but I need to get back into blogging after a very...

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