Hotel Edda - Akureyri
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... night up in the mountains, not a real good idea, the overnight temp was below zero. that didn’t worry anyone so long as we were in the car it was lovely and cosy, however, when it came to getting out and making coffee or cooking porridge outiside then it was not such a happy circumstance. Don’t think my lot will be doing that again soon.A trip out to the cliffs at Latrabjarg to see the nesting sea birds is one of the highlights of a trip ...
... of our own exploring and enjoying the little things everywhere we look.
We had an amazing sunrise in Djupivogur. Truly. It was spectacular looking across the fjord and seeing the mountains in the distance. They look all folded in on themselves with lines going laterally along each one. A local Icelander told us the reason the lines were there is because the ice on the mountains used to be heavy enough to crush them, thus creating lines in ...
... road 47 through the snow capped mountains and driving along the contours of the sea. The wind was strong here resulting in fresh sprays of sea water hitting us but the sky was bright showing off the vista surrounding us, ice crusted waterfalls poured out of crevasses in the mountains, absolutely stunning. We stopped at a service station at the end of route 47 and were chatting to the guy who ran it ...
... of day that puts the "Adventure" in Walking Adventures. We turned back early, and I was never so happy to see the picturesque harbor of Husavik coming back into view.
Although we never did see any whales, I like to think there were a bunch of them hiding under the waves nearby, laughing their asses off at us silly tourists!! Happily we got back in our bus and drove to our hotel at Lake Myvatn.
... and the mountains were covered with snow rather than just patches of snow like before. There was a supermarket on the other side of the waterfall and we were encouraged to buy something for lunch. There wasn't a lot of choices and I got a double chocolate muffin and a bag of chips - to go with the apple I'd picked up for breakfast. We travelled on to an old turf farm at Laufas on the Eyjafjordur fjord. The farm had been in ...