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Tammy and I on the roof.
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... Was it only 13 days ago we picked up the car, it seems like yesterday and at the same time ages ago! We unpacked and took everything inside, while Vicki waited with the luggage John took the car back to the rental car park, where he duly locked it, leaving the keys in behind the petrol lid, clever boys! He photographed the car just in case, no marks or dints and one repaired tyre! After rejoining Vicki we went through the usual process, although we were lucky to put one of ...
... Reykjavik (or "101 Reykjavik") is small and compact; everything is completely walkable.
Biking within Reykjavik is pretty reasonable (though the city has some hills and the weather, even in the summer, is chilly and windy). They have a fair number of protected bike lanes (especially by North American standards) and a few longer bike trails around the city. Keep in mind though that traffic tends not to be very deferential ...
... gale force blizzard for 10 minutes, overcast skies for 20 minutes, rain for 10 minutes. Repeat hourly. If you are lucky, you can get some nice pictures when it's sunny and you are near your car when it's blizzarding. Everyone from everywhere jokes that 'if you don't like the weather in (insert community here) wait 10 minutes' but Iceland takes the cake. Next stop at around lunch time was Thingvellir National Park which was the location ...
... circle along the south east portion of Iceland. The main attractions on this tour include:
- Gulfoss waterfall - one of the largest waterfalls in Iceland. Back in the day the government originally wanted to use this waterfall to create a hydraulic power plant but due to acertain female activist, their plans were halted, and now the waterfall is one of the biggest tourist attractions with over 500,000 visitors a year
- Geysir - the most active geyser in the ...