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We weren't too pleased with our room. When we walked in we nearly died of heat. Tiny windows only blockout curtains. Over front door and noisy. Great staff upgraded us next night to a junior suit at back. Great room.
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Today was yet another day of breathtaking scenery and lots of hiking! There are many, many amazing sights in Iceland but you have to work for it!!! Today we walked over 15,000 steps and climbed the equivalent of 25 flights of stairs. But of course it was way worth it.
Iceland is such …
Day 6 Neskaupstadur to Hüsavik 15/6/15 While John was getting petrol, ready to set out, Vicki was chatting to two kids & their supervisor who were doing the national "holiday work". Lots of laughs about how their names were unpronounceable. The two boys were funny, asked us if Australia was really so dangerous, inhabited as it was by so …
... of us are bundled up in several layers.
Next stop is the bubbling mud pools at Namaskard. The smell is particularly pungent here and the mud a dark blue-gray. We are surrounded by steaming geysers, some of them incredibly noisy under the pressure.
We we are all looking forward to relaxing in the thermal pool at Myvatn Nature Baths. The water is fabulously warm despite the cold wind. The ...
... hole heads. Then did the power plant visitor centre which was interesting, and gave us free coffee. Lastly we saw the bubbling and streaming area by the side of the road, and walked up the hill for the view, despite James struggling in the wrong shoes with no grip. Then drove to Akureyri with a quick lunch stop by a waterfall, our first pylsa - hot ...
... section. At one point a herd of caribou crossed the road in from of me. The weather was mostly drizzly in the morning but eventually cleared up. As I left the fjords and continued north I entered the highland desert plateau known as Möđrudalsörćfi. The landscape was so breathtaking with its empty vastness composed of black rocks covered by snow and surrounded by imposing mountains as far as the eye could see. Maybe it's ...