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Travel Blogs from Hafnarfjordur
... There were a few
buildings and one massive lighthouse. People were just standing in the freezing
conditions looking into the sky for these wonderful lights.
We wandered around and took shelter wherever we could find it. A gentle
wind was blowing and the temp was a freezing -10.
Finally after hours of nothing and with icicles just about hanging off
each of us we gave up and boarded the bus for our trip back to Reykjavik.
... It was very surprising to find this level of rich heritage as I'm not aware of old churches or architecture dating this far back on the island.
Definitely a must see ...
... with my heart in a million
pieces skattered throughout my body I landed in Keflavik. We drove through land without any trees, without any possible life towards Reykjavik. It was grey, it was raining, it was cold, it was dark. I thought to myself that I couldn't have found a more worse place for recovering from heartsorrow.
Then the northern lights came, they were green. In retrospect they served as the cement on which ...
... into coursework in the hinterlands of the North Atlantic and jumped on the opportunity to take a class on the Icelandic sagas and ecocriticism in northern Iceland. However, I hadn’t realized how far away from everything Iceland was until I was booking tickets. So it was only after a challenging series of flights that I finally arrived in Reykjavik.
Financial base camp?
Reykjavik is a lovely city on the sea but I was rather surprised how small it was. I ...
We took a city bus out to the town of Hafnarjodur (try saying that even once). It has a population of 27,000 making it the second largest city in Iceland. Christine and Caleb went on a tour with Elisabet who told the group about the 'elves'. Christine was not impressed that Elisabet was not playing it up for the kids enough and could not muster up answers to any questions i.e.: What do they eat? Response: ...