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... to make sure nobody getting off at Bergen had forgot their bags.
This time a loud Chinese group had got on. They were going to Iceland and were getting panicky when the plane first went to Trondheim. Again we had perfect clear skies to enjoy the Norway coastline, snowtop peaks, and mountain ...
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One of the best things we did was buy a hot dog at the world-famous hot dog stand, Bćjarins beztu, and bring to Micro Bar to enjoy with great Icelandic microbrews and other beers from all over the world.
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Day 2 in Reykjavik. Up at 6 am - washed dressed and up to breakfast and then on to the coach for 8 am. We were like zombies with so little sleep, but the fresh crisp air soon woke us up. We were going swimming!
We travelled through some weird landscape, grey, dull molten rock occasionally covered with moss. No trees and few buildings once we were out of the main city.
The Blue lagoon was exceptionally well organised. Bands were provided ...
... over the last several days and the authorities are in extreme caution mode, going as far as to close the area to visitors (no one actually lives in this very remote corner of the Vatnajokull Ice Shield). So, first of all, this is not happening in an area we have or will be visiting. Second, the airlines are on alert, but no action would be taken unless and until the thing actually goes off. Apparently, there’s about 200 ...
... years back and they "cleaned out its channel" putting it back to delighting the tourists. One wonders how you clean out the channel of a geyser. In the old days, they used to dump soap down Geysir which facilitated an eruption but that is no longer done.
Gullfoss(Golden Falls) is the last of the big Icelandic waterfalls. For most tourists it is the first as it is on the "Golden Circle" and nearest to Reykjavik. Since we went around the island clock-wise ...