Hi, you all, just back from a little breather – well a relaxing break on gorgeous exotic locations to tell the truth if you must really know. Did you miss us? Well, we sure missed you!!! Now, november has arrived so it’s getting a little bit chilly in Iceland at the moment but there’s certainly no need to be unduly gloomy. The country can even be at it’s most beautiful in the winter time with it’s Northern Lights and glistening snow usually settling in December. You get the (gorgeous) picture, right?
Winter is also when Icelanders go really wild in partying so if you are looking for some crazy fun this might be the right time. Last February proved to be one of the most fruiful months for LGBT travellers visiting Iceland. By that we of course mean the cool and fabulous Rainbow Reykjavik Festival which kicked off drawing a huge group of adventure seeking little LGBT’s from all around the world. This time around organisers, those wonderful girls and boys at LGBT travel and event specialist Pink Iceland, have even promised us a bigger festival packed with fun and exciting things to see and do, involving nature, activities, culture, cuisine, music and as much nightlife you can enjoy.
Just to give you a glimpse of what they’ve been up to here you can see pictures from the Pink Party they recently hosted. The five hundred party animals who showed no doubt had great fun, thanks to local artists Lay Low and Elín Ey and Djs Milla and Patrick Wolf. This was the first time the Pink Party was held to a phenomenal success and because of just that, they are going to do it again by throwing another Pink Party on February the 1st, as an addition to the Rainbow Reykjavik festival. So a four day glorious celebration, starting January the 31th untill Februrary the 3rd – hallelujah! We really can’t believe our luck!
Hopefully you’ll will be just as lucky to have a chance to come and experience everything Iceland has to offer.