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... no, he inspected our paperwork and said yes, we were to go with him. He would take us to the Blue Lagoon and at 12pm there would be a bus there to take us to the Golden Circle. We went around the corner and found an Iceland Excursions bus. Huh? It turns out Nordic Visitor is just a booking company. Whereas its website says it offers a multitude of tours, in reality it subcontracts to different tour companies. It is very much a case of false advertising. Anyway, we got on the bus ...
... pleasant morning. We learned that Iceland is the second largest European island and that it is basically 99% volcanic in composition. Only 1% of the country is actually inhabited with over half of the population living in Reykjavik and the other half sprinkled around the coastline. The interior of the country is basically a desert and there are areas where Icelanders are actually prohibited from living due to the danger of volcanic activity! Speaking ...
... car stopping every vehicle and several cars were pulled in
to the side of the road. We thought there had been an accident but as we drew
nearer we realised that everyone was being breathalysed. Luckily Nick had only had a cup of tea that
morning, his usual Sunday morning skin full had been disrupted as there was no
local offy! (Success) We’re guessing that the 2
cars and motorbike that were pulled over had not been so fortunate.
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 ...
... 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! ...