Hotel Leirubakki

Address: Hella, IS-851, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hella

What part of Eyjafjallajokull don't you understand

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 20, 2014

... formed The Best Party to run for mayor of the city as a joke, writing a song in the process in which he promised to introduce road tolls for the rich and polar bear wrestling, before ending the ditty by saying he probably wouldn't keep his promises. Just like any other politician, really. But the people liked this and, to his astonishment, voted him in. Simon said he and his party did a great job during their four years, before he resigned because he didn't want to end up like ...

More driving

A travel blog entry by priceys_0n_t0ur on Jul 31, 2014

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... in the base! Not a tradition I'm going to be in a hurry to replicate).

Next stop was Dyrholaey, which is famous for the coastal rock formations; arches, stacks etc. Molly enjoyed being sprayed as the sea crashed against a spectacular, if precarious looking arch.Nick found a piece of obsidian which is pure volcanic glass and Tom quickly pocketed it to take back to college and show off to his Geography teacher! As we drove out Nick spotted a Gyr falcon, ...


A travel blog entry by chrisnicolehall on Jun 23, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... for family back home. We do manage to pick up little things. We also visit Dryholaey, which are spectacular "pentagon" shaped rocks. It's here that we finally spot puffins, in the water and high on the cliffs. It gives us one last chance to walk on the black sand beach of the Atlantic Ocean. After more waterfall stops, we stop at a fairly substandard visitor centre for lunch. We've had better. Yet more waterfalls after lunch. At Skogafoss, we climbed ...


A travel blog entry by kristendanson on Jun 07, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... and Jack saw a seal. Jack and I were both totally freaked out by the boat going INTO caves for a look around...and had a good laugh when it stopped inside one cave for someone to play a song on a saxophone..."GET US OUTTA HERE!!!"

We spent the afternoon doing a bus tour of the island - really interesting to see the landscape from a different perspective after the boat tour. The tour guide was actually on the island, age ...

South Region

A travel blog entry by wwyliu on Oct 17, 2013

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... major disruption to Europe air traffic for almost a week. Eyjafjallaj÷kull 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 Skˇgafoss. We hiked all the way to the top of ...