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Leisurely start again and up at 8. Winds very high and forecast poor so change plans for today's trek and head off at 10. Go via nearby waterfall and then directly inland following river. Very blowy and a bit of snow. See a number of impressive waterfalls and some sheep! Walk ...
... joined by the new guests, a young couple from Switzerland who were only staying for a night. Iceland had been a last-minute change of plans for them. They had originally planned to visit Kuwait instead - you know, similar climate and all - but they thought it would be too much of a conservative Islam country and they didn't want to take any risks. They gave us a tip for a tea shop in Paris called Mariages Freres, before I bid them all adieu. After all, we have a 14-hour tour ahead of us ...
... one in primary school. It seems perfectly proportioned, not too wide and not too high, and falls into a big pond at the bottom. We had lunch at the Skogafoss Hotel just a hundred metres or so downstream from the falls. The food was amazing and the view over the falls stupendous. We thought about trying out the hot tub at the guesthouse, but a group of students beat us to it and we didn't feel like joining their pretty boisterous discussions. Tomorrow is another long day, so perhaps that's just as ...
... we knew the name of the hotel and the address we didn't have GPS or the cross streets so we had to dive head first into the city. Again Bree came through as the navigator and we found our hotel (along with parking one block away) and we even had time to spare to enjoy a quick walk around the city that evening.
More to come after our Whale Watching Tour and final day in Iceland tomorrow!
Until next time....David and ...
... stunning to see. Only 4,000 people live on this island, so it's kind of neat when you go to the pool or the store, they know you are a visitor. Love it!
Now for your quick dose of Iceland Trivia of the Day...kids here start "school" (optional) at age 2....it's like a daycare that the government runs. Only costs the parents the equivalent of $125 a month! Another good reason to move to Iceland....