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We slept late this morning. Up at 9am. Breakfast wasn't bad today. Probably due to the fact that we purchased yogurt at the store yesterday. Met group at 11am with bathing suit in hand -- destination The Blue Lagoon. It, of course, was snowing lightly when we went for the bus but, what the heck, swimming in the snow. Why not? The drive was about an hour. This whole area is a lava field and beautiful in its own way. We got to the Blue Lagoon at about ...
... accident, in a middle of a vast lava field, as a result of operations in a geothermal power plant nearby. Today, this is one of Iceland´s most visited sites where you can go for a relaxing bath in the surreal surroundings. Apply some of the silica mud to rejuvenate and soften skin. At the Blue Lagoon, you can enjoy a stroll, dine at the Lava Restaurant, get a massage treatment, and visit the Blue Lagoon Café. ...
... follow the others who were walking along Myrangata Street fronting the port area, I started walking towards The Pond a few blocks inland. I turned left towards
the Hallgrimskirkja Church, because I read about this church being on the hill looking down with a nice view towards the port area. I did miss the elevator to the observation deck on the spire to really get a ...
... section to the top of the volcano. After crossing a short bridge, into the window cleaning lift that would take us 120m deep down inside the volcano. No time to be scared, we were off! Last time this volcano erupted was 4,000 years ago. All around this area is known as the sulphuric mountains, and they get around 1,000 earthquakes per month (all small, so usually don't feel these!). The descent into the volcano was slow, it's 120m down. The sides of the volcano were ...
... from spelt and does not use eggs in the batter. It was nice. Unusual but nice. Would happily eat it again as it made the batter so very crunchy. I would compare it close to the Japanese tempura.
Once we devoured the Icelandic Fish and Chips Experience we then performed a few small tasks got a out journey tomorrow.
We then did super exciting washing... it was great. I am sure you want to heat all about our clothes being ...