Foss Aning

Address: v/ Saemundarhlid, Saudarkrokur, S-550, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saudarkrokur

Midnight Waterfalls and Moon Views

A travel blog entry by debfryers on Aug 07, 2015

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... and took a long walk around the lake, stalked some birds and ducks for a while and at the end of the day took myself to the capitals north to catch a movie. And yes it was a 3 hour return trip (so much for not driving). I think it was worth it I loved Trainwreck but what I love the most is embracing the way others see movies. Akureyri cinema has an interval and they all talked all the way through the movie... Sort of narrating it. ...


A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Aug 06, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

There was an awesome lighthouse with bent basalt columns in a place called kalfshamarsvik. We'd been inside for several days with rain and it was time to move. Unfortunately Grimsey island which jen really wanted to see because it was above the arctic circle was going to be miserable and it meant another 2 nights in Akureyri. So we headed on. Up to North fjords and a couple of 5km tunnels. We ...

Iceland's National Day

A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 17, 2015

42 photos

... it was referring to! The deserts here are really surreal, they remind us of the Martian landscapes. Lake Myvatn is magical and a famous site (one of the top 10 sites in Iceland), it has lots of beautiful lakes, amazing geology and volcanic cones. We pulled into a church in the service town of Reykjahlio located at the head of the lake, to photograph the church and were then blown away by the lava field next to it, huge lumps, cracked and bubbling, just ...

Icewater Rafting

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Jun 02, 2015

83 photos

... blowholes, curved backs, and a couple of flukes (a whales tail coming out of the water as it dives), but it was the idea of tracking these massive creatures in traditional wooden oak fishing boats under full sail while wearing a bulky Arctic water survival suit that made this a must-do (if slightly numbing) event. I think the crew loved the idea of putting the sails up because it gave them a chance to warm up while the rest of us did a deck dance with cold Arctic winds blowing up ...

Exploring North Iceland

A travel blog entry by jivebarber on Sep 18, 2014

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... population of 18,000). We walked along the main shopping street (no more than 150m long!) and looked at the church whose stained-glass windows were originally from our old Coventry cathedral (removed at the start of WWII and subsequently bought by an Icelandic dealer in a London antique shop!) From here we had an exciting drive up round the coast towards the very north of Iceland ('exciting' because we ...