Episode from the podcastMind. Body. Travel

Icelandic beer, the Northern Lights, paddle boarding near a volcano and snorkeling over the tectonic plates, before enjoying a black death. It's not just why mums go to Iceland

Released Friday, 13th November 2020
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When you mention Iceland, you can't help but think of the Northern Lights. But, there's so much more to this beautiful country! We thought what better place to start our journey around the world in search of mental wealth, than the land of fire and ice. Learn all about how a visit there can truly benefit your mental health and wellbeing.
Highlights of this episode include:
  • The Northern Lights, and how the locals will help you avoid missing them!
  • The joys of paddle boarding.
  • Why eating rotten food in this country is not frowned upon. But it will cause you to suffer from 'black death' - or as the locals call it, "Brennivin"!
  • Scuba diving between tectonic plates that are actually still moving!

Why don't you grab yourself a beer, and imagine yourself in a wonderful Icelandic hot tub, as you listen to Rannveig tell you all about this terrific place that you should definitely be adding to your journey, when you go in search of mental wealth.
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More about "Black Death" - the Icelandic shot
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Love this Episode on Iceland and all the options it offers! On top of the usual things that are mentioned like the Northern Lights and The Blue Lagoon, did you know you can snorkel over tectonic plates and drink Black Death? Can’t wait for more fabulous Episodes!
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Length
22m 7s
Explicit
No
Season
1
Episode
2
Episode Type
Full

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