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... banks. Roads were destroyed, but there were some quick thinkers who managed to rip up parts of the roads, which saved the bridges. This was a relief as roads could be fixed quickly (unlike in Australia), but bridges would've taken months to rebuild. The sheer volume of ash and water was incredible. What I found most interesting was when the farmer's wife remarked she never knew you could see sound waves and the footage clearly shows the tremor rippling through the plume of ash. It ...
... and whirring of Tom and Molly’s cameras. The scenery is much more
inspiring than the weather. Our first
stop was at the visitors’ centre where we once again admired the lovely
knitwear and Nick tried to encourage me to buy a pattern book and get knitting.
The cheapest jumper we have found so far is 26,000 IKR that is approx. £130.00
hence the encouragement to knit and not buy! Molly nagged for some soup as she
... of sad to leave such a great place.
After we took the ferry back to the mainland, we picked up our rental car, and took a break at a park to play for an hour.
The drive over to Vik was unreal - there were mountains, waterfalls, beautiful coast line and even a glacier!
Once we arrived at our B&B for the night and checked in, we went to check out the famous black beach that this area is known for. It did not ...
... he serves no useful purpose on the farm though. Tour ended with us being introduced to the 2 stallions and one of them trying to eat my finger. (Stallion 1, finger 0). Drove and took a ferry to Vestmannaeyjar next, an island to the south of Iceland. We seem to be the only Asians on the island and have been stared at some, plus been greeted from across the street from friendly Icelanders. Surprisingly, the food here has been delicious. Imagine New York prices with Michelin star ...
... major disruption to Europe air traffic for almost a week. Eyjafjallajökull visitor centre opens only from May to Sep and only opens for group visit for the rest of the year. The visitor centre was opened for a group that day so we were able to walk in to take a quick look.
The next stop was Skógafoss. We hiked all the way to the top of ...