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One of our most highly anticipated activities was the glacier hike. Now I've got to say, we could have picked a better day to be climbing up an already slippery surface - it was non-stop rain! Thankfully our guides attached crampons to our shoes which are like metal spikes which helped us grip to the ice.
The hike itself was somewhere between easy-moderate difficulty, it was nerve racking at times walking up or down steeper ...
... view. How magnificent is that! I can tell you that it is truly fantastic and just brilliant! My husband made the comments that my photos from the cockpit were not as great as some from just out the windows. Yes, probably true since I would have been leaning over the pilot and the controls to put my camera as close to ...
... anyway and there was a lot of it coming off the water because it was really windy/raining. Taking any decent pictures proved difficult. But despite all that we really enjoyed the Blue Lagoon, it was relaxing sitting around in the beautiful milky blue water surrounded by volcanic rocks. It felt great being so warm in the water when it was freezing outside. You can purchase drinks from the bar with your wrist band and pay at the end. They also have a ...
... glimpse of Reykjavik we saw in day light was during our run down to the harbour. We soon got caught in a downpour that set our thighs on fire (in a cold way)! We were surprised how few people we saw for a capital city, to us it was more like a village with a big port. We explored the landscape on the 'lorry bus' on our way to the Blue Lagoon, which is actually man-made and fed by water output of a nearby geothermal ...
Left our beautiful little scandinavian style house nd drove to Pingvallier national park. The last of the sights to see in the golden circle area. Pingvallir is where the two continental plates of the north america and eurasian crusts diverge from one another at a rate of 2 cm a year. For a geologist, it was a special moment. Atleast, it should have been, but i wasn't overly fussed. The actual faults where the plates move apart are marked by a ...