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After a bitterly cold start to the day, trying to shop for souvenirs and with a wind that would threaten the Titanic, the day improved.
The Blue Lagoon. What do you say? An experience we will never have again.
First take your geothermal power station.
Second dig an enormous pool out of the lava so you can use the waste …
We spoke to Hannah this morning and she asked whether Iceland is pretty.
Good question. Not pretty but spectacular. Particularly after today.
Everywhere was pristine and remarkable. Superlatives are hard to find to describe the country.
We joined a full day small bus tour of "The Golden Circle", a geo thermal area.
Arrived in Reykjavik. Good flight with Icelandair in half empty plane.
Cabin crew trained by SAS (Scandanavian Airlines System not other) rather than Singapore Airlines. Efficient rather than attentive and grooming would have them in old Changi Goal.
Excellent airport, very Scandanavian, and then you walk out the door and realise …
... to it and got a good look. Then we drove another 100km or so down to the furthest south point of Iceland to see Puffins, and we were lucky enough to see some. They are beautiful birds who I would compare to penguins and only live in certain areas so we were very lucky to see them on land. The beach there was black sand. The last stop was at a natural hotsprings, but by that time we were drenched and freezing cold so we didn't go in. The geothermal ...
We had a quick breakfast of our meats and cheeses this morning and then were picked up early by a driver from Laxnes Horse Farm, where we'd arranged to have a day on the farm and a couple of rides on the Icelandic pony. We were a bit worried as to whether they would show up or not, as the online booking form hadn't worked, and our email communication with them had been...difficult, but we needn't have stressed, as they turned up promptly. By 9am we were on our way to the farm ...