Hotel Edda - Egilsstadir
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... hundred metres that drops the water down and through the turbines. We had lunched one day beside where the tunnel emerges from under the mountain into an open canal before tipping into Lagarfljot. There are a couple of other quite small dams in the area too, and we drove up to them. The roads were open just to the dams, beyond them deep snow still blocked the way.Another day we headed west along the ring road towards Myvatn, then took another detour across ...
Tuesday 23 to Wednesday 24 June 2015
Awoke to a reasonable morning and, looking at the radar pics, it seemed that we might be able to get on our way again. We had fun getting all our stuff through security, but at least there was a water fountain airside where empty bottles could be filled! Our dues paid, the EZ packed up, we had to hop into the plane pretty smartish (not easy in all the gear) to sit out a passing rain shower – that's ...
... to have had a head wind no matte which way they are heading. This morning they awoke to find snow on their tent and most of their stuff wet so they have moved into a small guest house to dry out.Over the next few days we did a lot of the tourist sites. We walked about the lake shore and watched some of the water birds, the grebes and the divers among them and saw lots of little birds in the grasses and bushes. We climbed around the lava fields and to the top of ...
Time to move on this morning. After packing away the tent I walk about fifty metres to the road that leads to Egilsstadir. Thats what I like about hitchhiking in these small Icelandic towns - you don't need to walk miles to get to the edge of town. A few cars pass me without stopping but pretty soon a car does pull up and offer to take me. Its full with three Spanish guys from Bilbao. I try to speak Spanish to them and realise that it really is getting rusty. They leave me ...
... rest of the way. She does not have to be in a particular place that night, and Egilsstadir does not look particularly appealing, especially in this weather. So we drive the finaln 25km to Seydisfjordur, over a road which rises up and over a pass, which is probably very scenic and beautiful were it not for the fact that we can see nothing past 20metres in front of us, such is the fog.
Having finally found the youth hostel in the town, I ...