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... The hot water smells like eggs. All of the hot water in Iceland comes from Geothermal hot springs and therefor, smells like sulfur. This smell was the first thing we noticed in our apartment. The shower and sinks just smell weird. The water also causes mineral deposits on faucets, shower heads and walls.
... and turns, up and around the mountains. Many roads here you need a car with 4 wheel drive on, and it probably would have come in handy since we were in a Yaris. Once you reach the top, you have breathtaking views of the Artic sea, black sand beach, green fields, and white capped mountains. There's also a light house and an arch rock formation out in the ocean.
Our last stop of the day was to the town of Vik. This was an extremely small ...
It wouldn't be right to be in Reykjavik and not visit the Blue Lagoon. So, since it's Sunday and I'm on the move again tomorrow, I figured it was a good time to head out there.
It was fantastic. Considering it is Iceland's most popular tourist attraction it wasn't at all crowded.
I can heartily recommend the silica ...
... driver and guide from last years adventure! Those of us who were here last year have stayed in touch with Solveig, primarily through Facebook. She drove us into town where we enjoyed our first meal together. The lucky place that earned our business was Tapas Barinn. We dined in the cellar as Icelandic tapas and wine soothed our souls and lulled us to sleep at a reasonable hour.
... that open to you everywhere...but by this time we got somewhat used to countless waterfalls and striking moss-covered cliffs - so we stopped less frequently and were mostly admiring the stunning countryside through the car windows...
Our first stop was Haukadalur valley where the "stars" are geysers Stokkur and Geysir (Geysir was the first geyser known to Europeans and ...