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... youthful glow through the power of the silica face masks available along the side of the lagoon. I told you, I wasn't lying, this place is literally a gift to all man kind. At times it can be a little crowded, but after about an hour most people leave to go have a snack or they have to catch a flight, whatever the case - I was glad - MORE LAGOON FOR ME ! With time ...
... over the last several days and the authorities are in extreme caution mode, going as far as to close the area to visitors (no one actually lives in this very remote corner of the Vatnajokull Ice Shield). So, first of all, this is not happening in an area we have or will be visiting. Second, the airlines are on alert, but no action would be taken unless and until the thing actually goes off. Apparently, there’s about 200 ...
... to Reykjavik and checked into a cool little hotel on the high street with huge windows facing out, a hot tub on the roof and a jacuzzi in the bathroom! Dropped our stuff off quickly and ventured into town, dad keen to explore before leaving next morning. Really like Reykjavik, it has more of a town feel rather than a capital city containing 200,000 of the 300,000 people living in Iceland. The cobbled pedestrianised streets with bicycles at either end painted yellow and welded to ...
... visited (I know....very lazy) but it is now 12:50 am, and it is still somewhat light out!
The three stops on the route are the national park Ţingvellir, the waterfall Gullfoss (meaning "golden falls"), and the geothermally active valley of Haukadalur, which contains ...
... snow and deep green fjord waters all shrouded in mist, a stunning spot.
Day Seven: Icebergs in Glacial Lagoons: Faskusfjordur - Hofn - Jokulsarlon - Skaftafell
We had a misty drive around the southeast coast today. The cloud is amazing, you can clearly see three or four different layers and colours of cloud on the hills. The bottom layers is thick, white fog, like a blanket. Then there are swirling grey clouds, then the high streaks of wind-blown white; ...