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We decided to hire a car on the worst possible day with Storm forecasts predicting heavy snowstorms all day, but we thought, hey YOLO. So we went ahead and hired the cheapest small car and were thankfully upgraded (for free) to a 4WD which is pretty lucky given that we would have likely blown off the road had we stayed with the other car.
Our route was along the Western Peninsula which had a coastal view on one side and ...
... keep going or not and such. She also had a piece of lava from the field below us. Mighty sharp with crystals embedded in it. It was so sharp it was hard to find a place to hold it plus it was heavy. Don't think they get much pumice here.
This eruption caused the biggest earthquake swarm they have ever had ...
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We dropped the hire car back and got a lift to the terminal. When we arrived at the airport to get our flight back to London we couldn't check in due to a "ticket problem". They told us to call the agency we booked with as the dates didn't match up or something. We couldn't believe this had happened on our last flight of the trip! So I called STA and they put us on the flight for the correct day, it was their mistake so there ...
... that we ordered this menu as looking further into it; a quick Internet search revealed that conservationists strongly recommend not eating minke whale. As for the rotten shark, we found that it isn't a conservation concern unless they are just being hunted for their fin only, which is quite common for medicine with the shark left to die a slow death. We wonder if there is less on an Internet search on cruelty to eat ...
... to Reykjavik and checked into a cool little hotel on the high street with huge windows facing out, a hot tub on the roof and a jacuzzi in the bathroom! Dropped our stuff off quickly and ventured into town, dad keen to explore before leaving next morning. Really like Reykjavik, it has more of a town feel rather than a capital city containing 200,000 of the 300,000 people living in Iceland. The cobbled pedestrianised streets with bicycles at either end painted yellow and welded to ...