Hotel Edda - Vik i Myrdal
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Sveglia di buon mattino colazione alle 7.00 e partenza verso la piana dell'assemblea. C'è un unico punto in cui la dorsale medio-atlantica si può osservare non sommersa dall'acqua, qui in Islanda. È il punto in cui le due placche di Europe e America si separano e si allontanano di 1 cm all'anno! Proseguiamo verso Geyser Poi pranzo! …
Early start with a 6.15 early morning wake up. Bags out at 7 and on bus at 7.50am.
We went into town to have our group photo. Then a tour around town and a drive out of town the the Geo Thermal Power plant for a tour.
Drove through the countryside and played spot the volcanoes.
Onto a church that was made from sods of soil.
We had lunch at Geysir and watch a geyser blowing it's top, quite regularly.
... and ice use are really odd looking and pretty skookum. Once we finished the inside tours we headed out to view the displays on the property. We didn’t do much of this as a group since we all had different parts that interested us so we moved through the displays at different paces.
I guess the Old Icelandic people were either short or didn’t mind bonking their heads on doorways much because doorways are pretty low on all the old buildings. The ...
... that he and the other owners come up with tons of fertilizer and spread it in hopes of getting grass or something else to grow. Eventually, they will be able to feed their sheep here. Our walking encyclopedia, Monica was quick when we asked what a hectare was and told us it is equal to two and a half acres. She reads a lot so she answered a lot of other questions from memory so hence, the walking encyclopedia! All in good nature, I really enjoyed getting the ...
... is tough going and very rocky. At our lunch stop we unsaddled the horses and let them loose to graze near us on the side of the highway while we enjoyed our lunch. We had to take a pink surveyors tape and stand around to make a human paddock while we changed horses and to let a group herding horses the opposite direction by. If we hadn’t, all our horses would have gotten mixed up and it would have been hard to get our groups straight again. It’s ...