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... businesses keep limited hours, and many campsites close for the winter. On the bright side, prices are a bit lower, roads were in great condition, weather was nice and there are no crowds...ever. We found the timing to be ideal and would highly recommend this time of year for Iceland travel.
If you're interested in planning a similar itinerary and come from a like-minded perspective regarding travel and timing, then by all means read on. Okay, let's get started!
... my side, I just floated around and relaxed, it was fantastic. As of right now, I'm just relaxing (again .. just .. not in a lagoon, in one of the common areas in the hostel, "this ain't no blue lagoon, I'll tell you that much!") and the weather outside seems to have gotten better over the last hour or so - time for a run .. maybe .. maybe not .. probably .. not. Love, ...
... across the baron wilderness of Iceland- Iceland has lost nearly all off its trees in the last century due to the high desire for charcoal.
We stopped off on route at a Seljalandsfoss a waterfall that splits the landscape: we could see it from miles away, as we got closer the true scale of the waterfall became apparent. We were able to walk right up to it, we were even able to walk behind and into it.
Eventually arrived at Seljavellir our little ...
... I picture myself sitting in it. I remember this feeling of travelling. Looking out of the window and flying through the sky. Away from everything, where no one can reach you. Dreaming about what you'll find on your destination. I find comfort in the thought that the people on the plane had this in their mind when disaster struck. The initial nerves of flying probably had disappeared and they were comfortable. Some sleeping, some ...
... The food was delicious again. We were then driven home and the women who drove us also wanted to give us a car tour of Reykjavík, but thankfully, I did not get carsick this time.
That night we went out to a couple of bars and checked out the weekend night life. It was less busy because there was a huge music festival happening. We met some of Megan's friends from Concordia College that were visiting and they were so nice and fun.
On Saturday ...