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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 328 pages
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Features comprehensive coverage of the island's attractions, from the nightclubs and bars of Rejkyavik to the rugged wilderness of the interior. Includes extensive information on the many activities on offer, from snowboarding across glaciers to whale watching in the Atlantic.

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About the author (2004)

Harding was born in Melbourne, Australia. He spent three years backpacking in Europe and Southeast Asia. In 1996 he joined Lonely Planet as an editor and now works full time as a writer.

Bindloss has a degree in Biology and has been a mural painter, sculptor and rock climbing tutor.

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