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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was also good, more than we would have got in a nondescript hotel. Their friend Aileen also dropped by and the conversation flowed. Anna is a nanny for a three-year-old boy whose parents are separated. His father, a wealthy man used to having staff, lives in Lindon and his mother is Icelandic. At the moment the boy spends two weeks with his father, then two weeks with his mother, and so on. Anna is supposed to be the constant presence and travels with him, but the mother ...
... South Iceland's highest building, a lighthouse that was smaller than most church towers in Cornwall.
In Selfoss, a big town by local standards, we found a bookshop/coffee shop, which Jake would have loved and tried the local doughnut type snack.
So a fairly relaxed day for a change. Now we're off to pack ready to leave tomorrow.
Our first stop of the day, after breakfast, was a long shot. The Fjašrįrgljśfur canyon seemed to be down the F206 road and we are not allowed to drive F-ing roads with our little Toyota. If we had a Toyota Land Cruiser it would be a different matter. We ventured down the gravel road announcing the site. Just before the F206 started another little road diverged and that did take us to the canyon.
It was a lovely walk ...
... overlooks the town of Geysir and the surrounding farmland which looks a whole lot like it did in Scotland. We get a better view of Strokkur and watch as it spouts off every few minutes. There are a lot of people and they gasp as the old guyser does it's thing. We stop for a refreshment and then head off to Gullfoss, an enormous waterfall in the canyon of the Hvita river. This waterfall is nothing short of spectacular. It is known as the Golden Falls ...
... But it runs!! While waiting for our car we noticed a missing car poster on the wall for one of their rental cars! They simply explained to us that they had somehow 'lost' the car haha!
The first big stop was the blue lagoon! An incredible geothermal spa connected to a geothermal power plant. We rubbed silicon sand all over ourself and soaked in the mineral rich water for 3 hours. Ahh... How relaxing! ...