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( Login if you are registered )The truely free UNIQUE site, to make a geodate (date through the MAP) for travelling and meeting people at the same time! Free means totally free with no nonsense.
Welcome to our Travel dating site!
Igeodate.com is a Travel and Dating Site, but you can also find travel mates here.
Our focus is on Dating, but we are not just a Dating site.
Anyone can join our site regardless of nationality and ethnicity.
The unique focus is to serach people's current location through the map.
The streetview is shown by double-clicking anywhere on the map. Your current location can be disabled, to keep your privacy if you choose to. This site is for people who love to travel and meet travel partners and date with native people from the destination.
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In our site you can publish a profile, browse or search for other members, and message with the ones you like.
We would love to read your experiences in our blog section. Did your date went well? Cultural differences? Or did you get married?
That's it. No more, no less. But that's all you need, isn't it?
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About the culture in Iceland
Identification. Scandinavian sailors discovered Iceland in the mid-ninth century, and the first settler recognized in the literary-historical tradition, Ingólfur Arnason, arrived in 874. The book of settlements ( Landnámabók ), which contains information on four hundred settlers, was compiled in the twelfth century. The story set down there and repeated to this day is that a Norse Viking named Flóki sailed to Iceland, but spent so much energy hunting and fishing that he did not lay up hay for his livestock, which died in the winter, and had to return. He then gave the island its unpromising name.
Among the settlers and the sla.. Read full article about Iceland