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... glacier to create rooms and tunnels. This is the only place in the world where you can walk through the inside of a glacier. So it was pretty amazing. Lots of beautiful, blue ice, And - they even have a beautiful chapel deep into the glacier where people get married. When we came in February this tunnel was not open yet so it was wonderful to be able to see it so soon after opening. If you decide to come to Iceland be sure to put the Ice Cave on ...
... he was a bit weird to be collecting all this stuff.
Our guide explains how it was slaves from Norway, Denmark, Scotland and Ireland that first settled here and not Vikings as is commonly believed although they did arrive during the Viking era. When they arrived here, they had nothing and were not prepared for the fact that there were few resources available to them on Iceland. Iceland was once 90% woodland, now it's only 1%. The ...
... to the boy again who asked when we were checking out. Took our baggage downstairs at 11.30 and left it behind the desk and went on a 4 hour trinket shop. We ended up in the Harpa which is their opera house equivalent. A lot of Icelanders won't go into it because of the amount of money that was put into it especially at the time of ...
... advertising certainly doesn’t lie, the rainbow colours of the rock walls are amazing, yellows, reds, ochres and blacks, and there was a strange silence. This really was something sensational in a country where there is so much that is pretty amazing. Half an hour went quickly but we didn't feel rushed and had a good chat with the guide, before we all harnessed up for the ride to the top, in itself an unbelievable trip. And to think John used to be afraid ...
... But we got here and the scenery along the way is National Geographic perfect. The glaciers line themselves up waiting to be photographed, I've never seen anything like it. Passed the volcano that stranded Sean in 2010, now looking completely benign. A sunny afternoon and it is all so green, but bitterly cold in places. At one spot hundreds of icebergs have broken ...