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... against the wind and rain was not the best experience I have ever had, but it was possible to see that Reykjavik is really quite a pretty place, especially with all the Christmas lights which are still up everywhere. We eventually found an ATM and got some cash, then went into the nearest bar (The English Pub, would you believe!) and had a beer before making the trek back towards our hotel.
Feeling a bit hungry we noticed a Subway which was ...
... and security. Iceland appeared to be a popular destination, as there was no move to room at the gate. We boarded the plane and were pleasantly surprised to discover we had plenty of space. Not only was the seat next to us in a row of three vacant, but we were in an exit row, providing us with lots of leg room. However, we didn't get to enjoy all that freedom for long, as a woman decided to help herself to the extra space our ...
... volcanic land keeps its makes it the literal land of fire and ice, and also provides it with energy. The country is only 39k square miles. Their economy is small and volatile with the current average per capita income at $42k, and services make up 70% of their economy.
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... was a beautiful fog over the lagoon, which made for a magical experience. I really cannot explain in words this place. We had to stop short of the glacier as it is constantly calving and getting closer would be dangerous. Once we got to the closest point, they stopped the boat, the guide told us a little about the glacier and the surroundings, and then we just sat. The silence was piercing, you could literally hear the cracking of ice, the water flowing and ...
... to be any hot springs. It is a truly bizarre and mesmerising place.
Our furthest stop from Reykjavik was Gullfoss. Nothing on the way there suggested that there could be a thunderous waterfall in the vicinity. Flat, barren landscapes stretched for miles - hardly the place for a mighty waterfall. One thing that we've quickly learnt on this trip is that Iceland, above all, has the ability to surprise ...