Hotel Edda Nesjum
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... amerkurjökull Glacier which ends in Jökulsárlón Lagoon. Over time, parts of the glacier have broken off and icebergs have floated into the lagoon. These then have gradually broken down to smaller pieces that have drifted via a short river to the sea. And it is here that some are being washed ...
... road although if we divert we may find more gravel. The speed limit on these gravel roads is 50mph but I keep down to 30 or less. Like NZ the bridges are all single track, the short ones made of concrete and some of the longer ones of wood. Plenty of stops along the way for short walks and photos.. They say Iceland see all seasons in a day and we have sun and some light rain. We end up at Hofn around 6 ish after a long but exiting ...
... Australia's roads were pretty isolated, but the country we drove through today looks as though settlement has never occurred. It's now good to be putting our feet up before going down to what I'm sure will be a truly exorbitantly priced dinner. Prices here are astronomical. Just had dinner; Chris had lobster tails andI had local lamb, some of the best lamb I've ever ...
... It was a lovely sunny day so we took our time looking around while Mark pursued Reindeer for photos.
As we headed further north east the girls were delighted when it started to snow. .. it was pretty. There was plenty on the hills but none on the ground and certainly no warnings!
Maddi thinking out loud: 'I wonder what it would look like if all that snow came right up to the road and it was all white? " Well it ...
... floating in the lagoon, slowly making their way out to see only to then be broken down and washed up on the shore. The glassy ice providing a stunning contrast to the coarse black sand.
We arrived at out little guesthouse on the coast and set our alarms to regularly wake us up and check for the famous northern lights... we weren't disappointed! It is easy to see how back in the day, the northern lights were perceived as an act of some higher spiritual event.