This fourth article in the series TravellingMogwai.com is the second of two articles dedicated to a week of exploration in the South of Iceland, and was delayed a few weeks because of my road trip through New Zealand.
The first part of a two-part article dedicated to the exploration of Iceland’s Southern and Western coasts, this, the fourth article of TravellingMogwai.com serves as an introduction to the Nordic destination that finds itself in the midst of a boom in tourism.
After its first two articles with Northern accents, TravellingMogwai.com heads south to discover the north of Italy and more precisely, the Borromean Islands, three jewels on the azure waters of Lake Maggiore, hardly an hour from the center of Milan.
For this second article of TravellingMogwai.com, and the first one in my alluring home country, let’s wander around the Flemish city of Bruges, listed in the World Heritage List of UNESCO since 2000, while discovering Martin McDonagh’s masterful movie « In Bruges ».
To inaugurate TravellingMogwai.com, let’s fly into the North to discover the fascinating landscape of Mykines, the westernmost of the eighteen Faroe Islands, and its most iconic inhabitants: the clumsy, parrot-like puffins, whose Latin name, Fratercula Arctica, translates as « little brothers of the Arctic ».