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... a little smaller and lighter than the great big bell tent! We did not realise the set up here of shared cooking facilities and a lovely big dining hall to eat in which makes a small tent much more preferable than back in the UK.) Although our new American freinds were ready they had a problem with their car which had a flat battery. Eventually after acquiring some jump leads from the local farmer we were able to help them get on their way. Another of our fellow ...
Iceland looks pretty uninviting from the air as we come in to land and there is a misty drizzle in the air that reminds us of home. We eventually picked up our car an hour or so later than booked after a call to the UK as there was no sign of the rental company who were supposed to be meeting us at 11 30. Once there they were helpful and friendly despite the slow start and best of all, our luggage fitted in without too much trouble. Nick quickly got ...
... not to have a miltitary force. Police officers in Iceland do not carry guns they do however carry mace. Also, the police can enter into anyone's home here in Iceland to check and make sure the safety is on any guns that may be in the home. And finally pistols are prohibited in Iceland.
Ok that's all for today, stay tuned for more from two gals driving around Iceland.
For now love to all,
... main road and just look for signs of the sites we were going to visit. The scenery was really beautiful! Lots of wide open spaces and really rugged and dramatic landscape. Lots of rocky terrain! Our first stop on the Golden Circle was Pingvellir which is the region in which the European and American tectonic plates meet. The landscape is really pretty and there was some interesting info to read. After taking a few snaps we headed to our next stop which ...
... and even a few double rainbows, so that was cool. Skogafoss was the last waterfall, but a storm was coming in so we didn't stay long. This country has such dramatic changes in landscape, and considering we've only seen a tiny fraction of what this island has to offer, it is pretty remarkable. The airport and the Blue Lagoon setting is like a lunar landscape, the city of Reykjavik is like a quaint fishing villages but with mountains, just outside ...