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Smoke rising from Eyjfafjallajokull

Part 1 of this post covered the eruption of, and my visit to, Eyjafjallajökull. Gateway to hell West of Eyjafjallajökull, the “gateway to hell” sits beneath a misty shroud. It is Hekla – Iceland’s most famous volcano (at least it was, until Eyjafjallajökull sprang to life) – and it has had a violent existence. Records of Hekla’s eruptions date back to 1104, with eruptions lasting weeks, months, or even years. In the… Read More