While not an exhaustive list of our stops. These pages will provide some insight on the start and end points of each section of the journey. This may change frequently as interesting areas are discovered or external factors force us in a different direction.
10. Akureyri (BIAR)
Nicknamed the "Capital of North Iceland", Akureyri is an important port and fishing centre. The area where Akureyri is located was settled in the 9th century. It is Iceland's fourth-largest municipality, after Reykjavík, Hafnarfjörður, and Kópavogur. The area has a relatively mild climate because of geographical factors, and the town's ice-free harbour has played a significant role in its history.
Route: BIRK(Fuel) - BIMS - BISR - BIBR - BIRE - BIBD - BITE - BIIS - IS - OG - BIRS - BIHK - BIBL - BIAR
11. HORNAFJORDUR (BIHN)
Hornafjörður is a blooming community close to the biggest glacier in Europe, Vatnajökull in the south eastern part of Iceland. The district's most densely populated area is Höfn. In this region you are located at the base of Vatnajökull, and the scenery is breathtaking.
Route: BIAR(Fuel) - KN - TO - BIMM - BIMM - NB - BIND - BISV - BITM - BIBA - BIVM - BISK - BIVI - BIKL - BISL - BIFM - BIHN
12. Vágar (EKVG)
Vágar Airport is the only airport in the Faroe Islands. The airport was built by British Royal Engineers during World War II on the island of Vágar. The site was chosen mainly because it was hard to see from the surrounding waters and any potential German warship. The first aeroplane landed here in Autumn 1942.
Route: BIHN - BIDV - BIBV - BINF - 6310N - LARUX - G3 - MY - EKVG
13. INVERNESS (EGPE)
In 2014, a survey by a property website described Inverness as the happiest place in Scotland and the second happiest in the UK. Inverness was again found to be the happiest place in Scotland by a new study conducted in 2015.
Route: EKVG - EGPC - EGPE
14. Benbecula (EGPL)
Benbecula has historically been a very strong Gaelic-speaking area. Benbecula has an extremely moderated temperate oceanic climate due to its island location, almost bordering on a Subpolar oceanic climate only having four months average above 10 °C (50 °F). Benbecula's main settlement is Balivanich.
Route: EGPE - EGJW - D230N - EGVZ - EGZL - EGQI - ERSON - EGEO - EGYS - XBRO - EGPL
15. CRUMLIN (EGAL)
It is at the head of a wooded glen on the Camlin River, near Lough Neagh, and 20 miles (32 km) west of Belfast city centre. Belfast International Airport lies just north of the village at Aldergrove. It had a population of 5,140 people.
Route: EGPL (Fuel) - EGEL - EG13 - EGEY - EGIS - EGDA - EGRT - EGPK - EGUZ - UK09 - EGZU - EGZW - EGAL
16. Inisheer (EIIR)
Inis Oírr or Inisheer is the smallest and most eastern of the three Aran Islands in Galway Bay, Ireland. With about 260 permanent residents.The island is geologically an extension of The Burren. The terrain of the island is composed of limestone pavements with crisscrossing cracks known as "grikes", leaving isolated rocks called "clints". The island (like the neighbouring Burren) has one of the longest growing seasons in Ireland, and supports diverse and rich plant growth.
Route: EGAL (Fuel) - EGBA - EGGM - EIRM - EIDL - EISG - EIBD - EIBC - EICR - EIBT - EICM - EICA - EIIM - EIMN - EIIR
17. Slieve Croob (EGJO)
Slieve Croob Airfield is located northwest of the village Dundrum, Northern Ireland. The village is best known for its ruined Norman castle. In 1177, the Normans, who had conquered great swathes of Ireland, invaded eastern Ulster and captured territories along its coast. John de Courcy, who had led the invasion, began building Dundrum Castle in the early 13th century on top of an earlier Gaelic fort. The castle was surrendered to the English Crown in 1601.
Route: EIIR - EISP - EITR - EICI - EIMO - EINE - EIRA - EIMU - EIPR - EIWT (FUEL) - EILA - EGKD - EGZG - EGJO
18. Cardiff (EGFF)
It is the United Kingdom's eleventh-largest city. As Wales' chief commercial centre, Cardiff is the base for the Senedd, most national cultural institutions and Welsh media. Until the Roman conquest of Britain, Cardiff was part of the territory of the Silures – a Celtic British tribe that flourished in the Iron Age – whose territory included the areas that would become known as Breconshire, Monmouthshire and Glamorgan.
Route: EGJO - EGNS (Fuel) - EGNL - EGJK - EGJF - EGIL - EGZB - EGCE - EGMW - EGXA - EGWY - EGCW - EGNP - EGKY - EGAG - EGXV - EGFF
19. London City (EGLC)
London is the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom. The city stands on the River Thames in the south-east of England, at the head of its 50-mile (80 km) estuary leading to the North Sea. London has been a major settlement for two millennia. This will be our final overnight stop in the UK as we continue to the journey.
Route: EGFF - EGZV - EGGI - EGHU - EGWK - EGTQ - EGBX - EGCX - EGBH - EGHA - EGLS - EGKS - EGLP - EGYJ - EGRZ - EGTB - EGLD - EGTR - EGRP - EGJE - EGMT - EGLC