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... Commonwealth period people would flock to Žingvellir from all over the country, sometimes numbering in the thousands. They set up booths with walls of turf and rock and temporary roofing and stayed in them for the two weeks of the assembly. Although the duties of the assembly were the real reason for going there, ordinary people gathered at Žingvellir for a wide variety of reasons. Merchants, sword sharpeners and tanners could all sell their goods and ...
... 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 ...
... Vik is not the most picturesque town by any stretch of the imagination and I was unsure about staying. However, the decision was made for me when we made some enquries at the tourist information office. We were told there was only 1 double room available in the whole area which has 900 beds! The place is obviously more popular than we would have guessed. We had some coffee and cake (rhubarb cake with cream and a meringue cake - both of which had cornflakes, ...
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 ...
... was extraordinarily different. In parts desolate, punctuated by moss covered volcanic rock, then sometimes huge and then smaller volcanic rock masses. I suppose we call some of these mountains, so high and vast are they. Lots of water as well. Very, very different but oh so magnificent. We stop where possible (still nervous about driving and watching every car like a hawk) and take some pictures of this natural beauty. Away in the distance ...