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The next part of the tour and most exciting part was to a visit to the Geysir Field. This was discovered about a century ago when a giant geysir suddenly erupted. It now erupts regularly on average 9 min intervals.
Fortunately the ...
... there would have been wildlife viewing opportunities.
The 68, while mostly unpaved, was not terribly bumpy and I could comfortably drive speeds of about 60km, which was better than most unpaved roads we had encountered. You'll run into bits of paved road here and there which are a pleasant surprise. By the time we connected back to the Ring Road at Bru, everything was smooth sailing.
It was sort of ...
It is an overcast day in Reykjavik, windy and cold, so we decided not to get off the ship, as we had visited here before and there is little to see in the city, especially on a Sunday. Although we have a Chapel and Sunday services on the ship, some of the passengers decided to go and attend the church which overlooks the city on the ...
... it nearly knocked ones head off!
A good morning, back on board boat after a long queue to get aboard we sent for room service for something to eat, fell back on our beds exhausted and slept the afternoon as the Adventure of the Seas sailed away towards our next port!
Evening entertainment was ZOE TYLER singer/judge from Andrew Lloyd Webber's program 'Joseph' She had appeared on West End stage and was absolutely BRILLIANT.
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We checked out of the little cottage at 11 and began our drive to Seljavellir a dinky wooden cottage set at the bottom of Eyjafjallajokull volcano. Lets hope theres no eruptions. It was a long drive across the baron wilderness of Iceland- Iceland has lost nearly all off its trees in the last century due to the high desire ...