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... Icelandic Wool Association".
At the end of the day we stopped on a stairwell to look at a map, Samantha forgot how to walk and fell right down the stairs. She scrapped her knees but only managed to spill a small amount of her coffee. It was quite impressive.
Its our last day tomorrow, we fly back mid afternoon.
... and high winds. Yep, we're in Iceland alright. Unfortunately because of the weather our planned photo opportunities have been canceled.
We have come to this northern part of the world in hopes of photographing the aurora borealis, glaciers, ice caves, and other winter scenes. We hope for clear night skies in order to see the Northern Lights.
You'll be the first to know if we are successful.
... but unfortunately the lights didn't appear despite a perfectly cloudless night
Icelandic Horses (11,800 ISK = AUD$116) - Islenski Hesturinn
This was certainly a highlight of our trip. Neither Jason or I had ever ridden horses, so it was probably a good thing our first attempt was on Icelandic Horses which are shorter and fluffier than 'normal' horses. The staff were incredibly friendly and after an hour induction we were off riding through dried volcanic ...
... lagoon itself.
Even relatively early in the day it was busy and getting busier all the time. There were some hooks for towels and robes, but not nearly enough for the number of people. Looking outside it really didn't look terribly inviting. It was only just beginning to get light as we looked out on the black lava rock pool filled with murky grey looking water rather than the blue of the title. There was thick steam swirling above the water making it look ...
... we looped back around to Borganes (where we had enjoyed lunch yesterday) and had lunch there gain today but at a different restaurant - it was a gallery restaurant today and the inside was covered in artwork of runes and celebrated the rich Norse culture in this area. There is also a beach near Borganes that we were told about where fisherman use old techniques to store shark meat under the sand where they rot and almost pickle. Then, about 4 months after they are buried, ...