Also, don't forget the interesting and marvelous people of Iceland.
Simple is what I'm after, hence the "1 film" desire. Also, light weight. I had really settled on 35mm and was just experimenting with films to find the best alternative ("for me" !!!). I had pretty much given up 35mm film and done nothing but 120 for the last several years. But most of that is with the RB and it doesn't travel well. So, 35mm seemed a good kit for a trip like this. Plus, it shares lenses with my other technology body.
I love my Fuji 645 - it is normally my "travel" (read: tourist) camera, but it only has that one lens. ;)
So, I'm considering just taking my Mamiya TLR instead. The body and 3 lenses is about the same weight as the 35mm and 3 lenses, and not significantly larger. It also does not need batteries, and I could just use the film I'm used to and be done with it. Of course, then I have those square negatives, and it may look as if I'm trying to imitate Bill Schwab ...:whistling:
I left one thing out. Bring a back-up camera, just in case. :)
I remember my own trip to Iceland in 2001, which wasn't a photography trip, but I ended up with camera trouble half way through, and that was disappointing.
Since you specified there is nothing you need to know from anyone, Bon Voyage, braggart!
...:p,:laugh:, in your own "words".