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Today was our first "move" of the trip since we arrived in Iceland.
We woke up this morning, took a taxi to the bus terminal, and then a bus to South Iceland to catch the ferry to Vestmannaeyjar. This is probably the part of the trip I've been most looking forward to, and it was everything I had hoped and dreamed it would be.
When we arrived, the host we are staying with picked us up from the ferry port. She is a ...
The lady at Hotel Laekur gave us suggestions on a few places to see around. It is15 min drive from Hotel Laekur to Ring Road. Seljalandsfoss, our first stop, is another 20 to 25 min. We got wet after walking along the path behind this waterfall.
Eyjafjallajökull became famous after the 2010 eruption, which was a relatively small eruption but ...
... dubious), St Johns Wood, Knightsbridge, Leicester Square, Monument, North Finchley, Oxford Circus, Poplar, Queensway, Regents Park, Shadwell, Turnham Green, Uxbridge, Victoria, Westminster, EXcel, WhYtechapel"
At the top of one section we realised that at a fast pace, we could probably make the bus back to Reykjavik rather than camp another night. After some Soreen malt loaf (pronounced "Soreeeenn!") we all powered ...
... with beautiful flowers, cool summers and mild winters…it seldom drops below freezing in Reykjavik with little snow. I just don’t know if I would like virtually no sun during the winter months. Right now, it really doesn’t get completely dark. The sun does set but it is still light out. And then there are the volcanos and earthquakes!
Tomorrow is a sea day followed by Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Hebrides, ...
... like in a gas station restaurant (the answer is: not bad) It was pretty impressive the way the car rental agency in reykjavik had a mechanic out to us at 9:00 on a Monday night. You might not think it a big deal, but this is a country where grocery stores open at noon, and pharmacies close at 2:00. It's a big deal. The added bonus was that the mechanic was to be henceforth referred to as "Icelandic Godfather" because when he spoke, he sounded like the Godfather. The ...
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