Hotel Vik Arctic Comfort
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... tried getting a video of the eruption but her timing was off so I made a go at it. Of course, I started the video way too early but I got it! I am trimming the video down and then it should appear on this blog or youtube on my channel https://www.youtube.com/user/chavarriaz . I also got a few pictures during the eruption. Hey, all this way, and no pictures or video, not my style! In talking to Arnold, we found out there used to be more than one ...
... initial routing was paralleling the glacial River Lagerfljot, before turning left down the Berufjordur to Djupivogur at its mouth, where we could see a small town and gravel airstrip. Turning right, we followed the coastline where notable sights included the inland lagoon Alftafjordur, with the spectacular Snaefell snow-capped peak (6,014ft), as its backdrop; then Vestrahorn (2,610ft) at Hornafjdur, Breidabunga (glacial icecap) and Hvarnadalshnukur ...
... re expensive (it's a
45 minutes ride to Reykjavik) and some people rent a car at the airport (but that's unnecessary if you're going straight to Reykjavik). Buses are really the best/cheapest option if you're heading to Reykjavik.
A local bus (#55) that costs 400 ISK (about $3) one-way runs between Reykjavik and Keflavik airport (called FLE on the schedule from the icelandic word for airport, "Flugstöđ"). Its final ...
... tired yet extremely content child!!!!!
Great trip, awesome children that represented our school, our town, our province and our country in a very exemplary fashion!!!! I am very proud of them all and I know that you are as well!!!
This day actually started at 1:30am Iceland time (9:30pm EST). The flight was only 4 1/2 hours arriving a bit after 6am in dark, cold Iceland. No food on this flight but, it was comfortable none the less. After we got our luggage, some Krona (money) and our bus transfer, we got on the bus for the one hour ride to downtown Reykjavik. It had been snowing a bit so, the roads were a bit slippery. We had the North Atlantic on or left and a low mountain range on our right. We saw ...