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... will bring it to life for everybody. It's a slow road but turns out it's knocked 60k off our journey. Done a lot of miles but these roads are fantastic, and we've not been stuck behind anyone once. Although there was a quarto of bikers who took a bit of getting passed. We roll into Hofn just before four, the sights on the way in we're fantastic, as we can see the enormous glacier nearby, but it will have to wait until tomorrow. Down to ...
... channel to the ocean so the water in the lagoon could freeze allowing them to be able to shoot scenes on the frozen lagoon. The guide said they had several vehicles damaged because the ice was so undependable. Ok so after the glacier viewing we spent some time looking at the actual icebergs in the water and some of them were gigantic and the guide said the scenery in the lagoon changes every day, amazing. After ...
... only by Antarctica (so the story goes), there are hundreds of glaciers coming from the ice sheet. So the whole day was travelling through lava flows and admiring glaciers.
The first stopping place was in the middle of a very large plain and an area covered with cairns, hundreds of little piles of stones left by tourists. Apparently the story is that in 894 a farm stood in this area which was destroyed by the first recorded eruption of Katya. ...
... a river powerfully flowing through farmland, across the Ring Road and in to the first desolate sands of the Myrdalssandur.
We were so enchanted by the waterfall that we briefly neglected the neighboring sandur. We parked the car near a small camper’s lodge and trudged up what seemed like 1,000 stairs to the top of the fall. This marked one end of Fimmvorduhals, a 25+ km trek between the glaciers of Eyjafjallajokull and Myrdalsjokull. We walked along the ...
... to "Pig Mountain Glacier" since the mountain that flanks the northern side resembles a sleeping pig), is a location used for several movies, including Batman Begins, Die Another Day, and Interstellar (which hasn't been released yet). With crampons securely fastened to our feet and ice axes in hand, we made our way to Pig Mountain Glacier (much easier to say and type). I was surprised at ...