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Dermstore's Black Friday Sale Is Here! 12 Things You're Going to Want to Buy
Black Friday is here, and Dermstore is offering a rare 30% off discount on select skincare, haircare, makeup, and more beauty essentials with the code FRIDAY. The sale starts at 12:01AM EST on November 24 (that's 9:01PM PST on November 23). There are some brand exclusions, and other brands have a lo
Iceland Set for New World Cup Chapter in Footballing Saga
STOCKHOLM - Iceland will become the smallest country ever to take part in the World Cup finals when they travel to Russia next year as the saga of outsized footballing success continues for the nation of just over 300,000 people. Having grabbed the attention of the soccer world at Euro 2016, knockin
rfajkull: Iceland's Giant Frozen Volcano May Be Waking Up as New Ice Cauldron Appears
The Icelandic Meteorological Office, which also monitors volcanic activity, has increased monitoring of the country's largest volcano, rfajkull, after reports on Friday that a new ice cauldron had formed, suggesting that something is changing under the Earth's surface in the area. "Although there ha
5 Reasons to Visit Iceland in the Winter
Iceland has certainly become a hot spot for tourism, especially since Icelandair started offering stopovers to travelers on their way across the Atlantic. But don't just consider visiting the island nation in for your summer vacation. Iceland's short days, shifting weather, and snow-covered volcanic
Iceland Wage Growth Eases In October
(RTTNews) - Iceland's wage growth eased slightly in October after accelerating in the previous month, figures from Statistics Iceland showed Wednesday. The wage index climbed 7.2 percent year-over-year in October, following a 7.4 percent rise in September. On a monthly basis, wage index edged up 0.1
Iceland's slowing economy a good thing, central bank chief says
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Icelandic economy, known for its often dramatic ups and downs, is now slowing down after years of strong growth - and that's good, its chief central banker told Reuters. One of the countries hit hardest by the 2008 financial crisis, Iceland has lately enjoyed an economic
How rural Iceland became the unlikely star of 'Justice League'
Justice is best served cold. At least, that's what the cast and crew team of "Justice League" (out now) think. Key scenes in the superhero flick were shot in some of Iceland's bleakest - and most beautiful - corners. Arresting sights, including glaciers, volcanoes and hot springs in Vatnajkull Natio
See inside the ultimate 'glamping' trip: $198,000 for pop-up luxury in the world's most remote sites
Many travel companies brag about offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences. But with Blink by Black Tomato - an adventure luxury tour operator named after Russia's rare black tomato - it's not hyperbole. The ultra-exclusive travel service caters to travelers who want to do something that has never bee
Why You Need to Go to Lapland This Winter, in 17 Enchanting Photos
Finnish Lapland may be in near-constant darkness come winter, but all the better to see the dancing lights of the aurora borealis. This sprawling wilderness where reindeer outnumber humans, offers excellent skiing, snowshoeing, husky rides, and ice swimming while you breathe the crisp, clean air. Th
Joe Manganiello Recalls 'the Most Incredible Adventure of My Life' in Iceland: 'I'd Do Everything Again'
Joe Manganiello is frequently shirtless in his professional life, but in his free time, the Magic Mike star is all about layers. "I love the outdoors and there are very few places left in the world as unspoiled as Iceland," the actor, 40, tells PEOPLE. He and a few friends recently explored the Scan
Welcome To Iceland.
Once upon a time, ice-covered volcanoes were thunder and the earth cut the waterways to the ocean. This has caused this, and many other Icelandic waterfalls. Take a look at the 62 meter strong Skogafoss. You can climb up the staircase to the observation deck, which runs along the slopes above the wa
Iceland gears up for the Christmas Book Flood
A warm chocolate drink and a book are all you really need for the holidays. (Photo: Alexander Raths/Shutterstock) In the weeks leading up to Christmas, shoppers in Iceland spend a lot of their time browsing real and virtual bookstore shelves, searching for the perfect tomes to gift their friends a
Get An All-Inclusive Package For Honeymoon At Iceland!
A newly wedded couple would always dream of a vacation for having a memorable time with each other. The reason to search for a cool destination arises to stay away from all the work and worries. To avoid any issues while traveling to a new place proper planning is evident. You can find out the packa
My first year at Ueno in Reykjavk
The story of an Italian designer who, despite loving sun and beaches, found himself moving to Iceland for work and adventureHow to move to Iceland When you move to Iceland, the first thing you need is a roof over your head. Finding an apartment in Reykjavk can be surprisingly difficult. I've found t
Why Northern Lights Tours are the Trip of the Moment
The aurora borealis is fickle. Here's how and where to improve your chances of seeing the spectacle-plus best places to stay while on the lookout (igloo, anyone?) WINTER doesn't have to equal gloom. At least not above the Arctic Circle when the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis (or
2018 World Cup field set: Iceland's in, Italy's out and compelling story lines abound
Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events Peru's Jefferson Farfan celebrates first-half goal in Lima. (Rodrigo Abd/Associated Press) What began 980 days ago in a crude, little venue on the north shore
Iceland Central Bank Keeps Rates On Hold
(RTTNews) - Iceland's central bank maintained its key interest rate, on Wednesday, after lowering it by a quarter point in October. The Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Iceland decided to hold the seven-day term deposits rate at 4.25 percent. The bank had lowered the rate by a quarte
UPDATE 2-Fish strike hits Iceland, central bank sees slower growth
* Central bank expects economic growth to be halved this year * Gradual slowdown may not be such a bad thing - Arion Bank * Wage restraint vital at upcoming negotiations - Arion Bank (Adds analyst quotes, details) By Teis Jensen COPENHAGEN, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Iceland's central bank has slashed i
Iceland's central bank keeps key interest rate unchanged, lowers GDP forecast
COPENHAGEN, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Iceland's central bank kept its key deposit rate unchanged at 4.25 percent on Wednesday and lowered its forecast for economic growth this year. It now expects GDP to grow by 3.7 percent this year, down from 7.4 percent last year, "as a result of a slowdown in export g
'The North Awakens' Immerses You in Iceland's Majestic Landscapes
'The North Awakens' Immerses You in Iceland's Majestic Landscapes A quick Google search of Iceland will perhaps result in links upon links of its gorgeous landscapes. However, the land of ice and fire has never been more beautifully portrayed than in this new video entitled The North Awakens. Artist