An Earthly Experience in a Blue World

Heimir Jónasson | Posted 17.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Heimir Jónasson

So, tonight we took our Eldhús here and when you look out of the window you only see blue water. This blue water is our direct connection to mother nature. It comes from the sea and deep, deep below us.

From Snow To Sunshine, Eldhús Makes It To Ranga River For Lunch

Posted 16.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle

With heavy snowing preventing Eldhús getting to the Ranga river on day 8 of it's journey, lunch was finally served to our guest at this stunning loc...

Danger! Hekla and Geysir joined in Eldhús

Heimir Jónasson | Posted 12.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Heimir Jónasson

It's day four of our trip and it feels quite strange to be parking our Eldhús among all these beautiful amazing old houses of Reykjavik. If Eldhús were a person, it would feel honoured and grateful for being here.

Eldh������ºs' Mystical Dinner Under A Glacier

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Throughout November, The Huffington Post UK is featuring its Beyond Belief series, chronicling the remarkable lives of Britons who've taken on their f...

Iceland's Travelling Dining Experience Hits The Road

Posted 13.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Eldhús, Iceland's little house of food started its 12 day culinary tour of Iceland on Wednesday (7th March) and its first stop was Reykjavik Pond. We...

Christmas Eve Dinner in Iceland's Eldhús in March?

Heimir Jónasson | Posted 08.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Heimir Jónasson

"Icelanders went from Stone Age to modernity in one jump. That's why we believe in Elves, Trolls and ghosts but at the same time are a very modern nation." Pétur is answering the question of why Icelanders seem to act so spontaneously about so many things.