Votmulavegi, Selfoss, 801, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Selfoss

The blue lagoon!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard

... t see everything very well. It's so weird driving on these "main" roads and you pass hardly any cars! Feels like you are literally in the middle of no where! Eventually we arrived at the blue lagoon which is a naturally thermal pool and it is a milky blue colour. Because of the weather it was really packed! It's one of the main attractions in Iceland so was obviously really touristy. It even had a swim up bar where you could buy drinks and slushies! ...


A travel blog entry by bryce_terri


... on the road to our overnight stop in Seydisfjordur, heading over a mountain pass in fog with next to no visibility. The next day we travelled down the east coast of Iceland, stopping for a quick break in H÷fn for a swim and slide before heading further round into glacier country for a hostel (Vagnssta­ir) where we stayed the next two nights – miles from civilisation. The following day was going to prove to ...

Golden Circle, Sultan, and Lake Kleifavartn

A travel blog entry by karanathan


... explore the Reykjavik City Center.

The weather in Iceland is extremely unpredictable and the tourist t-shirts stating "If you don't like the weather in Iceland, just wait five minutes" are definitely true. This day was no exception as our arrival at Lake Kleifavartn was met with extremely high winds, splashes of sunshine, and intense downpours (and this repeated over and over throughout the day). The drive to this lake is spectacular as you ...

Snorkeling Between Tectonic Plates

A travel blog entry by karanathan


... has a very strong belief in some folklore as they have a religion dedicated to elves.

The process of snorkeling in water that is two degrees is not as simple as throwing on some snorkeling gear and jumping in. First you have to put on a 'teddy bear suit', which is basically a bodysuit made out of sleeping bag material. Next you have to put on the dry suit, as our guide put it "it's difficult to get on and you'll feel like you're being born ...


A travel blog entry by icejem


I collected my Þingvellir tickets along with my passport today. The passport is a bit sturdier than the tickets, which are just little slips of receipt paper. I will be dependent on that passport for ten days, starting tomorrow. I got on my bus and we drove to Þingvellir. It had been cloudy in Reykjavík. As we drove, the cloud descended and became a thick mist. Spending six hours outside in the mist was not appealing. But as we approached ...


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