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... shows you how much geothermal activity is going on underground! There is actually a bakery at the site where they cook the bread in underground ovens using the geyser steam. The ovens are basically holes in the ground with a hatch on top. After lunch at Geysir, we went off to our last stop in the Golden Circle, which was really amazing. We drove to the Thingvellir National Park which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is an area where you can ...
... trees, which
are a rarity here. I was a bag of nerve as there was again only the token rope
between us and a giant drop into a vast expanse of surging water. What a
fantastic day – stopped off on the way back to our hot tub to take a walk
around a collapsed volcano. Ended the evening drinking beer in the tub and once
again forgetting the time. It’s still daylight at 10:45 but that’s good because
we can’t find the light switch for the lounge! ...
... watching him try to process the idea that we are outside of wifi or wireless range :-)
Loving life on the road!
Funny aside...in the middle of dinner today Jack said "Mom, would you like to save $500 year?" I replied "Sure, that would be great!". His quick response was that "We should hit Canadian Tire when we get home. They have a thing that shrink wraps your food for the fridge and it can save you $500 a year in groceries, K mom?"
... is better, has hotdog and hamburgers! (Continued to wax lyrical about Laugarvatn and hamburgers. For what it's worth, we'd driven by Laugarvatn just before and it was a village with 4 buildings, one of which was a gas station) The lessons we soon learnt were 1) hot dogs are an Icelandic staple. They're cheap ($5 for a hotdog meal in the gas station, $16 for a hamburger meal), 2) the smaller the town you're in, the more expensive the meal, 3) we take supermarkets for granted. ...
Nice weather today. Checked out the guest house and went to Hallgrímskirkja again to take a few more photos. Then walked along and did some shopping at City Centre area along Skólavörđustígur and Laugavegur. Had lunch at Le Bistro on Laugavegur. They had dishes of the day at good price. The fisherman pot was really ...