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... them up they can walk, suffer you swine.... The cattle truck rolled to the western fjords where several other cattle trucks gathered - intimate - and spewed out their loads - about a 100 of us in a lay by on a B road in Hvalfjarduvegur. The Reyjkavik express brochure left this out unsurprisingly. Cloudy sky with absolutely nothing in it and freezing ones nudger off to boot. Stood there for an hour entertained by the ...
... whole tour, with deep snow cover everywhere. Unfortunately we couldn't stop anywhere; if there were any lay-bys or parking areas then they were deep under the snow.
Descending onto a small plain on the other side, we stopped off to climb a small volcanic cone called Grábrók. There was a path to the top, built up in parts with wooden walkways and steps, but with considerable sections covered in ice and snow. The ground on the upper parts was mostly made up of small ...
Originally, I came to Iceland as a stopover for going back to the U.S. I wanted to see Northern Light so I planed 3 nights stay in Iceland to have a little more luck. But Iceland has a lot more to see than I expected. It was so amazing! The solitude icy world, the magnificent mountains, Glaciers, spectacular falls, the milky blue volcano lakes and the geothermal figures like Geysirs, boiling muds and hot ...
... has a very strong belief in some folklore as they have a religion dedicated to elves.
The process of snorkeling in water that is two degrees is not as simple as throwing on some snorkeling gear and jumping in. First you have to put on a 'teddy bear suit', which is basically a bodysuit made out of sleeping bag material. Next you have to put on the dry suit, as our guide put it "it's difficult to get on and you'll feel like you're being born ...
... are lots of guests here.
(Later) Our evening was a little odd: our dinner turned out to be a cream of corn soup, and a sort of vegetarian lasagne, all served by Verina from the really rather ropey kitchen, but during the meal Elina, the very garrulous female owner (Dutch in origin) and Jon, the very taciturn male one (Icelandic) came in, and she chatted about her horse show where she'd been all day, while he grumped about and ...