Fjardarhotel Reydarfjordur

Address: Budareyri 6, Reydarfjordur, 730, Iceland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Budareyri 6, Reydarfjordur.
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Travel Blogs from Reydarfjordur

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 01, 2015

58 photos

... due to the fact that the nest have been raided for their down L questions? Some Kittiwakes have chicks though it seems not all have hatched yet. Many of these have lost their eggs too, L watched one pair that seemed to be pulling their nest apart looking for the egg or chick while their neighbour kept her chick tucked up close to her and watched them. Poor things, one can’t help but feel sorry for them. The Puffins may have chicks but they stay deep ...

Onwards and onwards!

A travel blog entry by eskimo on Jun 24, 2015

7 comments, 14 photos

... o to an easterly direction, bringing moisture-laden clouds onto the tops of the mountains that backdrop Egilsstadir. Carrying on to the west of Fellabaer, along the side of the river, we searched for the mythical wyrm monster (or Lagarfljotsormurinn), a serpent-like creature. First sighted in 1345, the wyrm even has its own spot on youtube, courtesy of a video recording of a 2012 sighting. Unfortunately, we didn’t espy him!

As we ...

Episode 7

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 23, 2015

112 photos

... biggest waterfall she has seen anywhere in Europe, but then most of those in Iceland would be bigger that anything L has seen in Europe. Near Myvatn, the big lake in the northeast of Iceland there is another geothermal field. It is very active, probably the most active we’ve seen and the best. It has small and large mud pools boiling springs, sulphur deposits and steam rising out of the ground all over the place. One really big steam vent roars like a jumbo ...

Middle Earth and Beyond

A travel blog entry by nesstrav on May 24, 2015

37 photos

... all the way" and I'm sure he's right. Imagine their journey through the earth. Iceland is so full of mystery and story. I can see why their sagas are so important to their culture.

Miles and miles further we stopped in to view the glaciers that flow into Iceland's shortest river and into the Atlantic Ocean. While glaciers were nothing new to us, and these were lovely, we had miles to go before our day was over, and so we moved ...

Take that Reykjavik Puffins!

A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 20, 2015

19 photos

... away that we saw (a puffin - argh!). Luckily the others on the cliff were less bothered by him so we still managed to get relatively close to a few pairs with a bit of a walk up the cliff.

This was one of the highlights of the last few days, as we we had the place to ourselves - dog excepted. Erin made us soup for lunch which was great before taking us back to the car for the drive home where we saw a porpoise (from a distance).
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