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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík
Thankfully the London weather didn't cancel our flight to Iceland on the 24th December 2013 from Luton. We had heard that the trains to Gatwick and the flights were cancelled, so I was very happy we weren't flying from there. (poor people that were!)
After a bit of a rocky flight (any bump means a rocky flight to me), the 5 of us touched …
Nú er bara einn dagur í brottför og erum við hjónin að missa okkur úr spenningi. :)
... theme. Then on to the Blue Lagoon - we didn't have a swim but watched all the people who were there being reinvigorated and we had a skyr (yoghurt, berries and cream)- could become a family favourite. Thirdly we visited Krysuvik Solfataras. That's translated as thermal and mud pools. Someone drilled a hole into the hot water and later capped it. Pressure built up and in 1999 the thing exploded creating the fairly large area we ...
We're getting slack about this travel business. Gray was quite willing to go to bed last night unpacked, and packed peacefully enough this morning before hopping on the 8:25 bus (which cheated, by coming three minutes early) with the big hold suitcase and his cabin bag. It's a pity that we have to take a hold suitcase but all, the forums say there are very few laundry facilities in Iceland, and compound that with the fact that we won't be staying anywhere for more than one ...
... 5 and a half hours. The airport was extremely modern in design and set the tone for what would be a week filled with modern elements. Since we arrived at noon, we had an entire day to spend checking out all the various sites in Reykjavik before departing the next day on our drive around the country which has been dubbed one of the world's best road trips.
Reykjavik (and for that matter all of Iceland) is very advanced. Besides the modern designs and artsy feel, ...