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... out). I won't really be writing this from the perspective of keeping your costs down, but I'm sure there are ways you can trim off some expenses here and there. In general, Iceland is insanely expensive. For everything. Everywhere you go. Just be prepared for that.
And lastly, please keep in mind that we made this trip from September 13 - 20th. Most tourist activity shuts down on September 15th (and I mean SHUTS DOWN). Entire towns go into hibernation, ...
... people bobbing and floating around with gray silica goo smeared on themselves in a steaming lagoon. Just saying :). After an hour or so of geothermal saturation, I opted to head up to the 'relaxation area', which is an indoor viewing area above the lagoon where you can stretch out on cabana chairs and watch the human soup cauldron below. Another shower procedure when you leave the lagoon and away you go. I took another Fly Bus to my hotel after the lagoon - by this time, ...
... Strait; training the novices, refreshing weathered skills, engine and inventory checks, thorough briefs on life saving equipment and basic seamanship were carried out.
A local geothermal swimming pool provided alongside showers and a relaxing dip in the hot pools, we took a stroll around Iceland's capital and finished the evening at a seafood buffet restaurant including our first taste of ...
... Reykjavik and although the city itself is immaculately presented and maintained, a short distance outside the city centre, there are areas of crowded, mostly galvanised clad housing that looked decidedly run down. A fair bit of graffiti as well, so it is not much different to what we see every day really in our own states.
We did some shopping and the thing that is very noticeable are the numerous shops that sell woollen products and winter ...