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... for a vacation and never went back. I also met a guy from Switzerland just starting his trip around the country.
Next up was our cottage with a view of Lake Thingvallatn. It was a bit confusing finding the cottage and a few wrong turns had us arriving at a different cottage. In an effort to retrace our steps and start again I actually ended up driving us to the cottage. For two people the cottage was massive with three bedrooms, ...
... on through the wind and rain... Until the windscreen wipers stopped working as we are going 90 on an isolated road. Hazard lights don't work either. We managed to pull up to a parking space, thinking this was going to be the campsite for the night, with wind and rain everywhere. After charging jens phone without service I leaned over to her side with a working ...
... both times bridges further down river were swept away. Early in the 20th century the farmer of Brattholt, who owned the water rights of the river contracted them to an English firm for a hydroelectric power station. The farmer’s daughter opposed this and even threatened to throw herself into the foaming water to prevent this happening. She fought bravely alone until a young lawyer, who later became the country’s first president, came to her aid. ...
... had us down to £0.93 forcing us to drop Judy off in the taxi zone while Sue backed the car down entrance road the 200m to the round about. Tom ran in front of (or is that behind) diverting traffic around the car. Classic Kramer move! The rental car return was fast and easy and within 15 minutes we were back at the small Belfast terminal to meet up with Judy. She had managed to make the only possible wrong turn on the way to the check-in counter and had ...
... the Icelandic pony has five! It's a small country but it really seems quite big. To be honest, it feels like it takes forever to get anywhere. You feel small next to these towering mountains and hills. You can understand why the Icelanders believe in all things magical in the landscape. We went on the Super Jeep Adventure tour today. One word amazing. Second word. Jarring. We pretty much did a straight vertical climb in this modified Toyota Jeep with balloon tires up ...