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... fall deserves way more attention than it gets in the guidebooks, I just can't say enough how spectacular it was. And it wasn't just beautiful...can a waterfall be happy? Because if I've ever seen a "happy waterfall" in my whole life, it's Dynjandi.
But now for some practical information. The campsite that sits at the bottom of Dynjandi is awesome and I would encourage anyone to stay there if they can. Besides being free, there is ...
... helpfulness, relaxed warmth, and subtle humour we have enjoyed since we left the Golden Circle two and a bit weeks ago. Their earthy naturalness, in particular, made for really good fun in daily interactions - and clearly is of long standing, as evidenced by the names the ancients gave to the geological features around them.
When I talk of the ancients, I should of course be more precise. Iceland is, in fact, one of the most recently populated ...
... so after many designs a 5.4km tunnel was decided upon. So today no matter the weather the two towns can be reached by traveling through the tunnel.
The best thing about visiting Bolungarvik was we saw the sun which is a pretty big accomplishment. The town of Sudureyri not far from Isafjordur sits in the shadow of the extremely steep Sugandafjordur and for four months during ...
... be clouded by mist droplets on the filter. Careful hiding of lens, quick frame and shoot tended to minimize this.
The road into town goes via a tunnel. Not an ordinary tunnel but a fine tunnel with a length of 6 miles and road fork in the middle. Did I mention a good part of it is single lane wide? Most definitely not a place for the claustrophobic.
Isafjördur is a good sized little town with it's ...
... fluent in English. They guys there were hilarious and so nice. We walked down to a dance club and met up with more people. They club wasn't packed but it was still fun to get out with younger people and experience some night life. Maria's little sister drove us all home and I got dropped off in Bolungarvík at around 4 in the morning. It was a good day.
On Sunday I slept until 12:30 to recover from Saturday's festivities. Björg and Bjarni drove me to ...