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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 …
... rather than to be Instagram-worthy.
We stayed in the city of Reykjavik, which happens to be the ONLY city in Iceland, as all the other towns are too small to actually be classed as cities. Its a small city made vibrant by the endless murals on the side of all the buildings.
Here are a few facts that we found interesting about the country:
- Population is roughly 300,000 and about 60% live in Reykjavik
- There is currently an endless supply of ...
... cruise day. It was a total day of leisure - just eating and spending time in the the public areas to watch the world go by. Did sit with a couple from Australia at dinner. They're from Melbourne, so I was able to mention the Gael and Ned, the famous criminal, and about Adelaide and the Barrosa wine country.
... in a 4 year long court case for rape! Back in the town, ed and i moved our stuff from the hotel to a new hostel then regrouped with everyone from the blue lagoon, keen to have a big final blow out for our last night. Starting at the Icelandic version of MacDonalds then was probably not the best idea, scoffing way too many burgers. Trying to keep the ball rolling and not fall asleep in the first dead bar we visited was tough. Paige and I (being our last ...