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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Eyvindara Egilsstadir
We stayed is an wonderful little cabin while at Eyvindara Guesthouse. The room had a small kitchenette, a table, and two single beds just what we needed. The bathroom was a hoot as it was very long and very narrow but it was neat and clean and had a nice warm showers, again just what we needed. The only negative was in the cabin there was no internet connection but otherwise the place was great.
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Today we take the coastal road for about 50 minutes to ┴sbyrgi Canyon with its horseshoe rock formation standing 100 metres high. It's a beautiful day, sunny and warm. We spend some time in the Visitors' centre learning all about how it was formed by catastrophic glacier floods, which occurred when a volcano erupted underneath the Vatnaj÷kull ice …
We drove from our awesome campsite at Stokksnes a few hours to a couple of waterfalls, mainly because of the basalt formations that a waterfall runs through. I had to cross the river to get to be other side... Shoes off and wrapped around my neck, trousers rolled up and a tripod as a balancing stick, I waded across the river. ...
... a stuffed toy I’m not allowed anywhere near the water.The cloudy weather finally gave way to steady rain. We had returned to Reytharfjordur where D got the mechanic who had done the car repairs just after we arrived in Iceland to check that all was OK. It is, thank goodness, lets hope it stays that way.We headed out along the fjord past the Alcoa smelter and through another town, Eskifjordur and came to an old quarry. This is where they used to ...
... band of cloud that we thought was ahead, slowly morphed into the majestic snow-capped mountains of south-east Iceland. Again the photos don’t do the view justice, and this time we had totally clear views of the fjords and coastal mountains. We turned to follow Seydisfjordur over the high ground into the valley and Egilsstadir. A perfect landing, it seemed much windier on the ground than the 9kts given. The customs officer came out to the plane ...
... First a helmut and special boots with studs were issued, good job I wasn’t needing them, don’t think they had any in my size, nor a helmut that would fit over my ears. after that we all climbed onto the mini bus, one of those real Icelandic ones with big wheels. We had the privilege of having 2 guides for the day, the diver guide whose name was the Icelandic version of Steve L thinks, and another younger fellow who is learning to be a guide for this ...