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... that had colorful doors painted on them. These, of course, are for the elves as Icelandic folklore clearly indicates that elves and the hidden people live in or under the rocks. This belief is so strongly held that road crews will not move rocks when building roads and highways in case they upset or anger the elves that may live in them and roads are actually built around the rocks! What a day of magic and majesty and concentrated evidence of the power of ...
Woke up at 10 15! Haven’t slept in that late for a long time.
After a leisurely breakfast we set off for a visit to Geysir. Tom drove out of
the small complex as he was desperate to try an automatic- he says he can’t
understand how anyone could fail their test in an automatic! Nick took over the
driving and set the cruise control so both of his feet could have a rest!
The site at Geysir is
amazing, although the actual geyser that gave its name ...
... tradition still carried on here in Iceland is the tradition of removing a person’s shoes at the doorway so as not to track in any dirt. At our guest house they had little racks where you could leave your shoes we just took our off and took them to our room.
Now to a few insights into Iceland, Iceland is divided into nine regions with the city of Reykjavik being one. The ring road around Iceland ...
... and it was really windy! From there we continued down the main road towards the volcano that erupted in 2010 and caused havoc all around the world! We were driving right next to it but couldn't really see much coz the cloud was so low. We stopped in at the eruption museum to find out some info about it. Turns out eruptions are really common in Iceland so it didn't really worry the people too much. Just was a pain in the ass the clean up apparently! The ...
... what you usually get in Canada. After getting back with the pizza I found Kara in a state of distress. The reason...she had purchased a traditional Icelandic wool sweater and while she meant to purchase a size medium somehow in the midst of going to the cash register she somehow swapped it out for a small. Due to the store being closed and it being two hours away she's now stuck with a slightly small sweater. We'll have to figure out if there's a way to ...