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... over four months. But, what a difference a day can - and did - make. On Monday we were in verdant Scotland; on Tuesday, amongst the barren volcanic rocks of Iceland. Of course, there is also green - a beautiful green, reminiscent of Ireland. The mineral-richness of the soils left after a volcano is clear. What a contrast. Not only fire and ice, but also barren black and emerald green.
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... light in the snowy storm. When it turned green and we started walking, the snow went away, the clouds passed and a blue sky and bright shining sun welcomed us at the other side of the road. This play of natural elements continued during our walk to the Domjanskirkja. At exactly the ringing of the bells to signal that it was eleven in the morning we entered the church and took our seats at the end of the poorly filled cathedral. Our entering inmediately ...
Today we went on the golden circle tour. Our first stop was Thingvellir National park. This is where the Alping General Assembly was established in 930. Many major events have also taken place here and it is now a protected national shrine.
The Ice here was really bad, whereas in Akureyri the snow was deep and continually falling, here it had stopped snowing but where the ice had started to melt and then frozen all the pavements are like ice rinks! The other issue today was the ...
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