Eyja fjalla jökull
It's not LL as in miller.
It's TL as in antler.
Stress is on syllables shown in bold.
"Eyja" - island - ayuh as in sayer
"fjalla" - mountain - fyatle with fy as in few, at, le as in rattler without the 'r' sound.
"jökull" - yokooteel with yo as in yacht, oo as in book, faint or missing final L.
island mountain glacier
It could hardly be simpler. :-)
The airlines may be losing money over this volcano, but the media is having a ball.
Which proves the truth1 of an old saying handed down from the Vikings to the people of Yorkshire:
"Where there's møkk, there's brass."
1 - see link below for the real origin of the phrase: