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• The drive back takes you through an amazing landscape of lava fields, mountains and sea views
• The final stop is in Borgarnes – where you can choose between going for a bathe in the geothermal swimming pool or taking a look at the Icelandic Settlement Centre museum
• Again your day ends by heading out in search of the Northern Lights – or hoping they come to you as you relax in a hot tub under the stars
On the way to Reykholt ...
... flag showing where Parliament used to meet. There were also panoramic views of the landscape over the horizon.
... a second treat as another Princess vessel, the Ruby, arrived unexpectedly as we were leaving; something we have never seen before as they both squeezed past each other leaving the inner harbour. The Ruby Princess came in for an unexpected overnight stay as it could not get into another port on the west side of the island due to high winds and rough seas. We are headed into that tonight and expected waves of 15-18 feet are waiting for us! More on that ...
... to maximize my time.
2. I come from the west coast of the US. If you've spent any time in that part of the world, you'll know that driving vast distances is not only a necessity, it's quite normal and often enjoyable for us. It's not unusual to drive ten hours to San Francisco in one day, stay a night or two and then make the same trek back home again.
Also, please note that we were not on a tight budget on this trip (it was our honeymoon, so we kind of ...
Flew in to Keflavík airport as the golden sun rays blasted through the Icelandic clouds. First glimpses of Iceland look hostile and rugged, the blue sky and strong golden rays made it look extremely inviting. Walked outside to be greeted by a very smily mum and a crisp cold hug from Iceland. Iceland's currently experiencing a heat wave of temperatures up to 19 degrees. To George and I who are now a climatised to high temperatures had a shock.