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Travel Blogs from Höfn
After finding it was cloudy, we didn't spend too much time trying our luck on Aurora last night.
Morning at Hotel Laekur was beautiful. The horse ride at Hotel Laekur was fully booked but they helped to book us at another ranch. After checking out the hotel, we did a 1.5 hr horse ride and it was fun.
We drove towards east. Stopped …
Well, the people who deemed Route 1 "the road to nowhere" weren't exaggerating.
Today I made my way from Reykjavik, all along the south coast. After visiting Nauthólsvík, the geothermal beach, and Kolaportið (flea market) for some great deals, I was on my way. The drive to my hotel was a good 5 hours, but I made several scenic stops on …
... and you get a different view of the different glaciers. The first one I stopped at I could do another glacier walk, but I declined, been there done that, but I did walk right up to the face of the glacier, ever wondered why they call it a face? well I have and I can't answer the question. But I digress this is a fantastic Glacier only problem is its still raining, damn rain, the day that I went diving is the only fine day we have had since I arrived here. My wet weather gear really has ...
... enough to make setting up the tent, more like setting up an above ground swimming pool, while some one is trying to fill it at the same time.
Tomorrow's forecast calls for an end to the rain, and sunny skies as we head north towards, Akureyri, more then likely will not get there tomorrow, but in the next couple days.
Spotty WIFI, so we hope to talk with you all soon,
... in her classroom.
We then stopped at a little waterfall that demanded a bit of a hike. Frankly,we weren't impressed and didn't like any of the photos either of us took.
The next stop was the Svinafellsjokull glacier. Like many around it, this oneis fed from a central ice pack from which numerous glaciers flow down betweenmountains. At the bottom is a small lake formed by the calving and melting ice.But this time we were rather close to ...