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I only got to stay in this magical place for one night. If you’re really into birds, then you may notice a thing or two about this photo. Iceland is known for many species of birds, and you can see a bunch of them roosting back in the cliff there. - Vik, Iceland - Photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at http://www.stuckincustoms.com/

I only got to stay in this magical place for one night. If you’re really into birds, then you may notice a thing or two about this photo. Iceland is known for many species of birds, and you can see a bunch of them roosting back in the cliff there. - Vik, Iceland - Photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at http://www.stuckincustoms.com/

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A Lonely Night in Iceland

southern area of Iceland, only a few kilometers from the big volcano eruption.

The Amazon covers a large area in Peru and can be accessed at various points. The Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in the north is accessed through Iquitos, the south is home to Manu National Park and the Tambopata National Reserve are the three hot spots when it comes to jungle touring. As a general rule, the more time that you can spend on your tour, the deeper into the jungle you can get and, therefore, the more flora and fauna you can potentially see.

The Amazon covers a large area in Peru and can be accessed at various points. The Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in the north is accessed through Iquitos, the south is home to Manu National Park and the Tambopata National Reserve are the three hot spots when it comes to jungle touring. As a general rule, the more time that you can spend on your tour, the deeper into the jungle you can get and, therefore, the more flora and fauna you can potentially see.

Ísafjörður - the capital of the West Fjords. With population of 2600 people.

Ísafjörður - the capital of the West Fjords. With population of 2600 people.

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