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... Geysirs - pretty cool stuff and it's always good when the guide starts the talk with 'be careful where you step as you could break through the earths crust and fall into the lava and get a little bit burnt..' (see the little video attached)
What a difference a day makes in Iceland. Today the weather is fine with no wind and a clear blue sky. I had to dig my sunglasses out of the suitcase to wear while driving. I can see shadows. They are the first shadows I have seen in Iceland.
I had planned to drive down South but since the weather was so good I decided to return to Thingvellir. After my accident yesterday I ...
... diving at Thingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in the country situated at the southern end of the park, is increasing. The lake is fed from underground springs and fissures and offers a unique underwater experience.
2) Geothermal area around Geysir.
This is the original Geysir -- the one all others are named after. People were aware ...
Hey guys! This is the second entry I've worked on today, so if it gets a little stranger than normal, its because I'm tired, though the fact that I have a cold probably doesn't help either. Anyways, so Monday not much happened as many of us were still very tired from our long trip the day before. Though we did have character debates on five of the main characters from the Laxdaela Saga. Oh and I worked on a paper that was due the next afternoon and that was basically my Monday.
... the Hrunalaug hot spring and Ölvisholt brewery.
Þingvellir has a lot of historical significance in Iceland, which I didn't memorize so I won't repeat it here. You can read about it if you click here. What was more interesting to me is that it is the border of the ...