Hotel Leirubakki

Address: Hella, 851, Iceland | Hotel
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    Day 3- Selfoss to Reyk to Eyjafjallajökull

    A travel blog entry by rybax on Apr 08, 2015

    12 photos

    ... get a few pictures in the sun, while I could. The bigger waterfall was quite packed with tourists but the one farther from the parking lot (like always) was empty. Although the bigger and more touristy waterfall was cool, the lonely waterfall was much cooler. It was hidden in a cave and you had to climb in a bit to see it. Well worth it!

    The area I am in is a huge delta wetland system. It is more flat than the Canadian Prairies. There's ...


    A travel blog entry by garytan on Oct 21, 2014

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    DAY 3: South Shore - Eyjafjallajokull
    Waterfalls - Eyjafjallajökull Volcano Visitor Centre
    - Volcanic Aftermath - Black Sand Beaches

    Seljalandsfoss is ...


    A travel blog entry by crayonchameleon on Jul 29, 2014

    34 photos

    ... could be seen around the cliffs, while sheep and horses were grazing in the endless fields inland. Smaller islands could be seen off the coast of Heimaey Island, mossy green and rising straight out of the ocean.

    I only had two nights here - would have stayed longer, but the hostel was booked up for the long weekend (some national bank holiday). So, back on the ferry and into the interior of Iceland, away from the sea...

    Day 16 The real Iceland

    A travel blog entry by on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... rental paperwork that seems to take an eternity and are finally given our car, a Ford Kuga (an AWD) and set off. Our first stopover is a place called Asborgir, only about 90 minutes away. We deliberately chose a short drive on our first day to give us a chance to familiarise ourselves with the roads and to driving on the wrong side of the road. The drive, although short, gave us an introduction to what we could expect over the next 10 days. ...

    South Region

    A travel blog entry by wwyliu on Oct 17, 2013

    15 photos

    ... 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 ...