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... have been able to see an eruption AND it was one where no one was hurt and no property damaged. Even better than my childhood dream!
Finally it was time to continue back to Reykjavik. Our guide came around to show us the various facts regarding this volcano and how it compared to past ones, whether it ...
... milky white. The shades of the icebergs depends on the air trapped within them. We walked along the black sand beach where we saw a huge ice berg in the lake and walked up a hill where it was insanely windy. We picked up blocks of ice which had washed up on the beach, you could see them dripping.
After we started our journey back to the capital city of Iceland, Reykjavik. We past so many beautiful waterfalls and stopped at one just before it ...
Next stop was the Gullfuss (Golden Waterfall). The rain was coming down heavy but that wouldn't have made any difference with all the mist from the falls.
There are three levels to the falls and ...
... The best in town are:
One of the best things we did was buy a hot dog at the world-famous hot dog stand, Bćjarins beztu, and bring to Micro Bar to enjoy with great Icelandic microbrews and other beers from all over the world.
Other top choices include:
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... built half underground. Quite a few homes showed signs on cracking, probably due to the earthquakes Iceland has been experiencing of late.
While it is true to say that we got a few spots of rain, it wasn’t much, not even enough to put Geoff’s good camera away. And, as I said before, we were dressed well for the weather. We went through a Peace park that had a few statues to commemorate peace. One of the statues was ...