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After a quiet and sleepy flight thanks to the comfortable seats, we arrived at Keflavik airport around 9:30 under clear skies and shinning sun.
As planned, we bought two return tickets to Blue Lagoon with Reykjavik Excursions : http://www.re.is/DayTours/BlueLagoon/
After spending some time on the top of the Snaefelljökull, we drove downhill to the southern part of the peninsula. From there, the volcano was very impressive and we could clearly see the scars that the lava flows made on the mountainsides.
We made a stop at Dritvik-Djü …
... if the Vikings were aware of the geological significance of the site they chose in AD 930. Iceland sits on the MidAtlantic Ridge, where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. This is the explanation for the extensive seismic and volcanic activity that goes on here. The huge cliffs uplifted by the bumping of these massive plates provided an amphitheater for sound. An official known as ...
... my bag arrived at the hotel - success! Dísa and Steini offered to take us for a drive to Hveragerđi, a geothermal area with some crazy steaming water and mud river - very cool! Had some coffee and cake before heading back to Reykjavik. We are both totally exhausted after staying up for 24 hours with only a few catnaps. Picked up some groceries...and headed to the hotel to crash for the night.
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... to walk around the town and check out the scene. We went to the marina and checked out the Maritime Museum that went through the history of fishing in Iceland. Then we continued to get lost in the little town of Reykjavik. We had a wonderful time seeing the city, buildings and experiencing Iceland.
Day 4- We decided to take a Whale watching tour, but instead of taking a big boat that holds a 100+ people we went for a little ...