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... engine off at traffic lights. I hate that. So once I'm out in the country the drive continued, but sleep was really calling me. After trying every trick in the book and still scaring myself, I pulled off for an hour and a half's rest. I slept, but it didn't really help. Luckily, I soon reached my first sightseeing destination, a waterfall you can walk behind. After a good drenching and plenty ...
... I've ber seen in my life. Then we head to Jokulsarlon. Massive. Even bigger icebergs! We got a couple of more photos before heading to the beach. The beach has icebergs on them! White icebergs on a black sand beach. Little crystal diamond nuggets contrasting to the incredibly black sand. Pictures don't do this place justice. I can't even write well enough to describe it. It was ...
We are in Hofn (strangely, pronounced sort of like 'Hep'), a fishing place by the water and the place where a good proportion of the langoustines (Norway Lobsters) sold in Iceland are caught. So of course we had to splash out and try them here.
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... good national health care, and a fine education system. She is a student at Iceland University and pays $500-600 per year for her classes. She also mentioned that folks in this country are not very religious except in a ceremonial way even though the Lutheran Church is part of the state. She found it hard to understand why religious questions were such a part of political discussion in the U.S. Our last stop was at the Blue Lagoon which is very famous as a special place to ...
Not the bright, sunny weather of yesterday afternoon, but we still decided to go on a zodiac trip on the lagoon. Today was all about ice, including the weather. I've never had to wear so many layers. We started with a walk on the black volcanic sand beach, where the icebergs from the glacier come to their final resting place unless they just melt into the waves first. It was hard to walk against the force of the wind so we didn't hang around for ...