Edda Hotel Isafjordur
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This leg of our trip was fascinating, full of surprises and quite an adventure!
Most of the road from Vatnsfjordur to Thingeyri was unpaved, a bit of it fairly rough and twisting and climbing high through mountain passes. There is not a single guard rail to be seen on this section, and the roads can be quite narrow and VERY high up!
Leaving the idyllic campsite at Flokalundur, there is a cute little viking statue just to ...
... but here were several cars parked in front of it so looking for an excuse to get out and stretch our legs we stopped and were we ever glad we did. We had to climb up this little bit of a hill to get to the house but once there is was warm and inviting. A very sweet young lady invited us for coffee and a waffle well we just couldn't resist. Cindy had hot tea and I had a hot chocolate to go ...
Today looks a bit light on sightseeing and the area, being wild and remote, beckons more hiking activities. Breakfast finished so time to pack up and see what lies around the next 5 fjords (e.g. drive many miles to go only a few).
It might have looked like a short drive day but each fjord requires:
* Go down to end of fjord
* Come back up the other side
Together these can amount to 20 miles of driving ...
... and cleaned the utter and it attached itself and started milking. It can sense when there is no more milk coming out so it detaches itself automatically to avoid harming the cow. Then the cow leaves and the machine cleans itself and the next cow comes in and it all starts over again. We walked around and saw little sheep ruining around, and baby calves in pens and more baby sheep laying with their mothers. It was nice. We then drove through the town and saw the ...
... br> Friday came and I worked at the preschool again. There was a large celebration for the preschool and the parents at the recreational center of the town. There were huge bouncy houses, hot dogs, cake, and infinite screaming children. After that I went home and relaxed for a bit. It was the fourth of July, so Björg and Bjarny took me out to the only restaurant in Bolungarvík for cheeseburgers. Doesn't get more American than that. There was a parade in which half ...