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... While at Seljalandsfoss, we stopped in a small shop and spent a half hour chatting with a woman who was hand knitting Icelandic wool sweaters. She talked with us about the waterfall, her knitting, and life in Iceland. She also mentioned that there was a second smaller fall just down the road that only locals know about. We checked it out, and it was also cool. There was ...
... warm water (which apparently have healing properties ) just until we went wrinkly.
After a spot of lunch we went for a long walk into town to the church and for a look around stopping off on the way home for dinner at the Svarta Kaffid, where they served soup in a loaf,very nice and warm as the temperature dropped to 8c.
Squeased everything back into our cases ready for our 10-30 flight to Toronto the next morning.
... on a moving and wet boat. Things are slippery, the wind is blowing hard from the frigid north and the whales move fast. We sailed in the morning with a very strong wind and rough sea. Finally after an hour of sailing we spotted 2 Minke Whales but very briefly.
Now a trip to Iceland is incomplete without doing the Golden Circle tour. The Golden Circle is the name given to a 190 mile (300 kilometer) ...
... the rest of the group I had a great time with them from the airport and through the bus ride to Kex hostel. As the actual group flight was arriving tomorrow, the number of people who had arrived today was quite small, just 6 of us including me. Then later on after spending about an hour at the hostel we went out for dinner in an Italian restaurant and went to bed early to pick up the other students from the airport tomorrow morning at 5:00AM. ...
... and these fascinating sculptures outside. I couldn’t decide if this was supposed to look like a band or a bunch of people screaming in horror. They also had a tiny geyser outside that emitted steam the whole time but I think its days of erupting were over. They had signs saying to stay back but of course tourists, not us, left a trail as you can see in the picture.
Our next stop is a place called Fakasel Horse Park where we will be able to see ...