Travel Blogs from Hella
Today we visited a number of the Waterfalls in the Highlands.
The Highlands of Iceland cover most of the interior of
Iceland. They are situated above 400–500 metres and are mostly an uninhabitable
volcanic desert, because the water precipitating as rain or snow infiltrates so
quickly into the ground that it is …
Today we travelled around the Golden Circle. Some stunning scenery.
The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in South
Iceland, covering about 300 km looping from Reykjavík into central Iceland and
The three primary stops on the route are the national park
Ţingvellir, the waterfall Gullfoss (meaning "golden …
... seating, we were ready to roll. We met a nice man from New Zealand, and saw some amazing sights. About half an hour in, Jack decided it was a bit cold, windy and wet for him up there, so we headed below deck for the rest of the trip. Soo....some of the photos are taken through the glass windows, but at least still show the scale of the scenery we saw. Highlight of the boat trip - we saw killer whales! Lots of them! We also saw tons ...
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 ...
... English countryside after a downpour.
We carried on our fast pace, and met up with the others by the sign directing people to the bus station. We continued to overtake others as we hoped to reach the hut in time, and pretty soon we were all outside the cafe with bags of time to spare.
There were a couple of American girls who pointed out that: "Woah, there's a double rainbow" which we found funny.