4th Floor Hotel
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... sun today.
gay pride= many vodkas, much dancing, and shote which lead to a hangover and walking back tot he camp site at 2am!
Stung 2000 Euros by the car hire company for scratching the driver's side car door when I cleaned the mud off.
... and lava fields. Mimi Riding Icelandic horses is not something you do every day. Begga, the owner and tour guide, started us out with a lesson on the basics. She also talked about Icelandic horses themselves. We were each assigned a horse based on our ability and height. My horses name was Adam and Mimi's horse was named Rodull. They were both ************ounce because they are Icelandic. We warmed up in the ring but a lot of horses wouldn't move. When we went ...
... us around 20 minutes at each- just enough time to walk up to the top and base of the falls. Be very cautious on the paths during the colder (spray+ice= one bruised bottom!) Facilities are also limited at the waterfalls. We didn't stop but some tours do at the base of the famous Eyjafjallajokull volcanoe that erupted in 2010 and famously bringing alot of aircraft to a stand still. The lava drenched landscape ...
... There were a mix of English speakers on the plane and Icelanders and most with regular cameras but one gentleman with such a lens that I immediately got "lens envy" for it. Of course with a lens the size of a small suitcase and no tripod, I have no idea how his photos came out but he seemed quite pleased at the ...
The final stop for today was to the Thingvellir National Park. As we were driving all day we had seen lots of sheep, cows, or horses grazing. It was hard to photograph with my new camera which doesn't take moving objects well.