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After three sea days, we were very much looking forward to placing feet on land. Unfortunately, on Day 10, we experienced some rough seas, with "swells" of six metres. We knew it was bad when the barf bags were out beside every elevator. I was fine (surprise) but Owen was a little grey. Because of the heavy seas and poor weather forecast, the Captain decided to skip ...
... Ia cyn mynd ymlaen at Geysyrs hynod o ffrwydrol a deniadol... (Gyda pawb yn cael eu gwlychu!)
Ymlaen a ni i rhaeadrau mawreddog Gullfoss...profiad bythgofiadwy! Pŵer y dŵr yn anhygoel!
Ymlaen a ni i dwll o le, sef crater llosgfynydd enfawr a'r Orsaf Geothermol mwyaf y byd.
Yn ystod cael swper roedd Seromoni Llychlynnaidd i gloi'r diwrnod.
Gan Elwyn, Adam, Matthew, Ben S a Iwan Marshall.
An exhausting, enjoyable ...
... little harbour crammed with small fishing boats still. Outside town we saw another place that looks as if it’s trying to rival Petra’s with bones, and sticks and stones. then there is a row of posts beside the road where great rocks have been shaped into ‘eggs’. Some local artist did this a few years ago. There are 34 of them, each representing a different bird found in the region. They certainly grab the attention for those traveller ...
... the lobster soup as well. You will love it. I also visited the Kaffi Loki, located right next to the city center church. I ordered one Icelandic plate 2. Not knowing it includes arctic shark meat and that is, to date the most disgusting food I ever ate. You need to try it to know it.
The next day I joined the golden circle tour where I visited all the above places. I loved all of them. The power plant is ...
... heart-stirring. It loos like the land is covered in icing sugar(some has been sifted, some has not and has fallen in lumps, and some has been smoothly iced), with fragments of diamonds glittering throughout it. You see lakes half frozen and lakes that look as if they have come straight from Summer and been misplaced in the snow. Our first stop was a picnic ground in Summer. In Winter you can't picnic there as the snow is as tall as the table and covers most of it. I thought it was just ...