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... br> Once back in Reykjavik we headed straight to the church where you can take an elevator up to the top of it's tower to look out over Reykjavik. Unfortunately, it had closed before we got there meaning we missed out on one of the 'must-do' things for a tourist in Iceland, perhaps another day in the future. We then trekked over to Harpa, the insanely cool concert hall on the waterfront. It's safe to say this building is a modern marvel of ...
... we could, and got out of the gear. We had hot chocolate and biscuits on the big tables. Ed broke his second dive suit, though this wasn't talked about..
Back in the car we went over to the main entrance of the National Park and went for an explore. There were many rocks to climb, and we did so in a very Bear Grylls-esque manner. Lots of crouching.
After a little climb, we found a great spot to have some of the ...
... from the North American side about half way across to the Eurasian side.
The Althing – world’s oldest parliament: In 930, Norwegian Viking settlers held a council to establish the law of the land – a land with no king, no army, and no police. They selected the rift zone, up against the North American ridge, as the place to hold council – the Althing – we saw the spot and walked in ...
... of Myvatn, we drove back to Akureyri through this other-worldly glow, snaking around the edge of the mountains and trying to capture the whole picture in our minds, where a camera could never do it justice. As Michael so aptly described, this is what artists, and poets and musicians have struggled to capture in words, colour or sound for millennia and have come up short. Nature is perfect, and our words and images and other tropes are not. It's a journey into the ...
We had our first lie in since day one for this tour, with pick up at 10am instead of 8.30am which was great.
The tour was operated by Dive.is. The whole tour is listed as being 4hours long but that covers the transit time and a stop at the visitor centre and getting into all the gear needed to survive in the water which is just above 0deg Celsius in temperature. In total you're probably in the water for 40mins.
Our guide, Jessie, was very nice. ...
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