Elda Guest House
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Awesome little guesthouse, clean, cozy, with full kitchen, what more could you ask for at 3300isk
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8 April 2014: Today was a definitive introduction to road tripping in Iceland. The scenery was breathtaking as we made our way north and then west from Hofn to Myvatn along the Ring Road. It was also time for our first encounter with snow, although it was mostly on the ground and not falling from the sky. We drove through the high pass at …
... But during the eruptions from 1975 to 1984 the temperature of the water rose to more than 50 °C, though the temperature is slowly decreasing and has fallen below 50 °C ...
... in Iceland, by the natural thermal springs. A quick turn in the sauna and I was feeling a million dollars. The evening was capped off with dinner at the hotel restaurant with views overlooking the bush land outside - all turning their brilliant oranges for Autumn. We didn't see any reindeer but it looked a prime location for them. This morning we had a leisurely start and drove back through Egilsstadir and through to Myvatn. On the way we made a ...
... of grey-black crumbly rock with a strange mound at the middle of the flat bottom.
Back on the bike and I cycle another few kilometres to a site called Skutustadir, where trails lead through a number of pseudocraters. These look a little like the crater I just wakled around in miniature, but now covered with grass with sheep grazing on them. Its another surreal and unusual site. The sun had come back out again at this point giving some beautiful photogenic lighting to ...
... Pordis does not take her husbands name and if they have a son his last name would be Leifsson and if they had a daughter her last name would be Leifsottir. Now this is just an example in patronymics, which refer to their fathers. For this reason Icelanders are always referred to by their given names.
OK now that I've confused most of you, myself included, I'll close. So for now, love to all,