Haholti 1, Laugarvatn, Iceland | 2 star b&b
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Going Berserk in Iceland

A travel blog entry by another-sky


... cones, and the black wastelands of pyroclastic flow (yes I had to google that term). Occasionally, even peaceful Viking villages were swept away or buried when the island went beserk. Modern Icelanders know that the next "Big Spaz" could happen anytime - and have a modern evacuation plan to deal with it. Hmmm.

Anyway, if you go beserk every once in awhile, maybe you are a Viking. Just sayin.' Check out your family tree. Your homeland ...

2/3 of the Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by sam.floy


... a lot of people every year since 1945. Not one of the surnames there didn't end in "sson".

Full of soup, we got back into Big Suze and went in search of some more of the culture off the main highway we were driving along.

First was an old church by the coast called Stašur. It was built by fisherman in commemoration to the help they had when bring boats to shore, however in recent years it has become more of a tourist attraction.

There was a ...

Day of Excursions

A travel blog entry by budz888


... Especially with the barrier it just isn't that impressive. I suppose it is pretty amazing though: the water is heated by lava or something and eventually boils up and this happens over and over again. But you have a look and on you go.

This is called little geyser but I didn't see it erupt... it just boils away constantly. That's also pretty amazing if you think about it.

In fact the ...

How long is an Icelandic kilometre?

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... s almost too much to see, you slow down; not just to look, but to make it last just a little bit longer. To let go of the camera lens and "take pictures in your mind" as George says. So my first theory is that we are just taking a little longer to move along, and that's what makes a kilometre feel like five. Moving slowly isn't just a symptom of being in a state of awe. It's also about self preservation. The roads are scary at times. When it is cloudy and raining, and ...

Slowing Down

A travel blog entry by jmatczak


... I thought it was good in that it had watermelon in it and raspberry sauces. The best? Not sure about that, but what do I know. My room at Galleri is stunning. The bed is the nicest one I have ever slept on. It's a small inn with three bedrooms (two other couples) and we share a bathroom. I was fine with this until I didn't feel well after dinner. Not sure what it was, but let's just say ...

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This 2 star B&B, located on Haholti 1, Laugarvatn, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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