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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík
... a. curves ahead
b. welcome to our town
c. move over for passing traffic
d. chains needed in winter
e. which way do I go now?
f. stop one way
g. caution falling rocks
h. Arctic Circle
i. speed bump for pedestrian crossing
j. low flying birds
k. no entry
m. narrow road
n. tunnel ...
... the scene as well. Hundreds of people were watching from behind the tape as the firemen did their job. I realized that the two were perfect examples of how extraordinary the place was where I was living. Especially went the workers talked about the hotdog stand near the fire that had sold more hot dogs than on independence day to bystanders. Watching a rare event, eating a hot dog. Why not?
I lost track of the uniqueness of Iceland in the last ...
... by the earth, which creates these massive pools that are bright blue in colour. Every 24hours the 6million gallons of pool water is recycled" with an average temperature of 102 degrees. This place was amazing....every few minutes the inject super heated water bubbles up from down below. You could find chilly and warm spots as you kept walking, Inside there were three locations to apply a ...
... 8221;, and as such the bars would be open and very full of revelers until at least 4 AM, or “dusk”. Rufio and I first laughed at this sentiment, but then thought, “when in Iceland…”
With that we embarked on an impromptu Reykjavik pub crawl, hoping to party with the locals all “night”. At the next bar, English Pub, we met James, a wounded American veteran traveling home from a study abroad. He taught us that ...
... was special.
Siggi then took us to the Eyjafjallajökull Visitor Centre where we watched a video about the 2010 eruption of the volcano, showing the eruption, the impact on the residents and followed how one family returned to their farm and kept on farming.
Our next stop was another waterfall, Skogafoss where we walked up a lot of steps to the top to look down on the waterfall and a very ...