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Gullfoss is a waterfall located in the canyon of Hvítá river in southwest Iceland.
Gullfoss is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. The wide Hvítá rushes southward. About a kilometre above the falls it turns sharply to the right and flows down into a wide curved three-step "staircase" and then abruptly plunges in ...
• Gullfoss – Iceland's most famous waterfall thunders into the Hvítá river with a deafening roar
• Geysir - an otherworldly landscape of bubbling pools, hot springs and the geyser Strokkur, which erupts high into the air every few minutes
• A special taste of geothermal cooking in a geothermal area – the chef of the Restaurant Geysir will give you a snack of eggs boiled with natural geothermal water, herring, and freshly ...
Woke up at 10 15! Haven’t slept in that late for a long time.
After a leisurely breakfast we set off for a visit to Geysir. Tom drove out of
the small complex as he was desperate to try an automatic- he says he can’t
understand how anyone could fail their test in an automatic! Nick took over the
driving and set the cruise control so both of his feet could have a rest!
The site at Geysir is
amazing, although the actual geyser that gave its name ...
Imagine having to get up by 7:30am and getting out the door by 8:20am... I remember those days (work and school)!!! Dave was our guide from Iceland Horizons. He is a Brit who has been in Iceland for past 15 years. It takes people a good 4-5 years to master the Icelandic. There are 31 letters and lots of vowels. We got front seats on the 15 seat bus which worked for us. We visited a few water falls which were rugged and nice. We met a few ...
Today we finished off our Golden Triangle trip. After some overdue calls home to the parents we headed off.
First stop was Geysers in the Haukadalur geothermal area. A whole lot of roped off (due to the 80+ degree temperatures) little hot springs and rock pools, with a large ...