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... their faces in the water was $120 for about 8 ounces.mk. We arrived back at the port about 2 hours before all aboard time but the port is not that close to the city center and we were relaxed from our lagoon visit so we just got back on board and headed to O'Gill's, our favorite on board pub, the only place on board that serves Moscow Mules. David and Ruth played a few hands of cards. The evening entertainment sounded interesting, an Icelandic violin player ...
... and windy day but very good weather for Iceland. Being in the water of the Blue Lagoon was very warm with some hotspots. There was no cold water, but if you stood halfway in the water and halfway out your top half would be pretty cold. People were eating and drinking in the water and there were cool lava rocks surrounding the swimming area. A woman came around with a tray full of silica, white goop, to put on your ...
... that colourful due to their winter plumage, but the birds that we see here are in full summer plumage and look spectacular. Moreover they are not all that shy, so we've been able to get close.
Another thing apart from the puffins that is high on our wish list are the northern lights. May is not the best time to see them but it is still possible. The aurora website (yes you really can find anything on-line) can predict when it will be likely to see them ...
... br> I woke early the next morning to some truly stunning weather and headed for the port and town with camera in hand.
Overall, my trip to Iceland was awesome, there is so much left I want to get back and see and looking at heading back there come summer.
... kept eluding me at the times when it had spectacular eruptions. The money, the timing, the whatever, just didn't ever line up for me.
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to re-visit Iceland with a group of women. My last visit to Iceland was at a time when nothing was happening geologically or ...