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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 Reykjavķk into central Iceland and
The three primary stops on the route are the national park
Žingvellir, the waterfall Gullfoss (meaning "golden …
Gonzoch stayed here on Aug 20, 2012 during their trip titled: Romans Bucket List - Iceland.
... the glaciers and various lagoons. We pulled over to this area they named "Geysir". Basically it consisted of several steaming pools and several geysers. Some have been dormant but one in particular erupts every few minutes. It's size is nothing like Old Faithful in Yellowstone however what makes this different is the pressure that builds is nowhere as strong as the Yellowstone's geysers either. When this Geysir blows its almost as if its in ...
... steppe in complete confidence no other traffic will come by, let alone use horn. - Potent fish aroma from Reykjavik harbour replaced with sporadic, eggy whiff's of sulphur. - Geothermal is big here, lots of energy harvesting plants. Key to self drive map below: A- guesthouse sunna, Reykjavik, departed at 10am B- Pingveller National park; centre of Viking parliament (Lonely planet says 'first democracy, founded AD ...