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... yogurt-like Icelandic dairy product (I took it back to the ship and had it for breakfast – it reminded me of Greek yogurt). We traveled up and over the mountain on a gravel road with lots of hairpin curves. Our guide told us that a tunnel was in the works for that mountain as well, but it would be six or seven years before it was finished. It was a pretty long ride to the waterfall, but Bjorgvin filled the time with information about the ...
... it has come from, and why it is not used by locals, considering the scarcity of trees.
We had wondered why there are so few trees, and later I read that the growth of trees has been halted by the introduction of sheep - who eat the saplings. We have never been in an area with so few trees.
... s amazing what they can grow..even bananas( under glass!) They harness geo thermal power and use it to heat homes,have saunas and hot tubs. We watched the sun setting at 11.40 and I'm not sure when it rose. At the Shetlands we had a day in Lerwick. We visited a lovely old couple there and ended spending the rest of the day with them and having a bible read. They are Billie and Annie Anderson. They had Joy McKinnon and also Scottie Brands name in the visitors book!! They don't get ...
... of the camp and before the bridge, as if wishing travelers good luck on the road ahead.
We set out for our first big tourist destination - Dynjandi waterfall! Descriptions that I found on this waterfall couldn't be more understated - Dynjandi was basically described as the largest falls in the Westfjords. "There are a couple of small falls at the bottom, and then there is a big one." That's about all I could find in any of ...
... is a traditional but eco-conscious village that is pioneering a new concept that draws visitors into the daily work of the village". Bingo! The right buttons sparked into life, were pressed, and we retraced the few km we had travelled and 'hit the town'.
Well, perhaps not. 'Hit the town' has connotations of bright lights and buzz. With it well after 0900, we had to scout around to find a coffee - at the Talisman Hotel, which is owned by the local ...