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On arrival at Trondheim it clouded over but we did get to see valley and coastal communities thru the clouds. There was no passport or immigration on arrival even though we had flown from Iceland.
Wikitravel said to take the half hourly train instead of the ...
... logistical questions that we just couldn't find answers to, like road conditions, driving times, etc.
My hope is that in sharing our itinerary as a sample, I might shed some light on a few relatively remote regions of Iceland and fill in some of those gaps.
A few notes about this itinerary:
In doing my own research for this trip, I found it always helpful to consider the source of your information, specifically how their world view ...
... to open and close the chosen locker, to buy drinks when in the actual blue lagoon at the bar situated in the water.
The water was cloudy with the chemicals, blue and very warm. Hot steaming water constantly flowed into the lagoon and white 'mud' was situated in pots around the edge for the swimmers to cover themselves. The instructions read ' apply to dry skin ' and we were in the water. The waterfall I stood under was warm, tasted awful and ...
We spent the day at the pool... At 41 degrees celsius, pools in Iceland are so HOT - even Mommy jumps right in... They also all have awesome slides and great sports centres with tracks to train on. Gorgeous views!!! The boys had a great time skipping stones down at the lake. Cooked our first fish today. It was given to us by the owner of the cottage we are staying at - smoked trout straight from the lake - ...
... the last one for us. Either way, it is right up there with "not to be missed" falls. The entire river make a roughly right-angle turn to cascade down an 11 meter drop only to then head for a second 20 meter drop into a canyon. Given the number of visitors, the whole safety at the edges is carefully handled. This is unlike Dettifoss where you can go right up to the edge and hang your feet over if you so desire. Plenty of warnings in both places but the onus and ...