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Good location with a good place to eat great view from the rooms and friendly staff.
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- arrêt au parc de Skaftafell pour voir la cascade de Svartifoss
- excursion en tracteur à Ingolfshofdi (monolithe accessible par une dune de sable noir)
- lagune glaciaire de Jokulsarlon (phoques)
... edge (although, with the unpredictability of Bárdabunga at the moment, you are strongly advised not to go too near it. I was able to do a hike up to another waterfall which was about 3km straight up and then, obviously, 3km straight back down. It was hard going as the trail was very narrow and covered in loose stone and, as is so common in Iceland, there are no guards or rails to stop you tumbling over the edge into a deep canyon. But the views were ...
... we want to be tonight. We stop at lots more isolated farms etc in the hope of a bed but are sent on our way. Deb almost talks a lady into letting us have a twin bunk room but in the end she says she feels the people who originally booked it may still turn up. We arrive in a town called Hella and there is a brand new, not quite finished hotel. I send Deb in once more and I'm more than happy to see her sodden body come skipping out of the hotel. I knew it would all ...
... As we got closer to Skaftafell we crossed more and more of the one lane bridges and the water beneath them was rushing fast every time we crossed one. Also these bridges did not have wooden surfaces most of them were concrete I'm certain because of the amount of force the rushing water but on them. The glacier run off was unbelievable even so far away.
Once we got to Skaftafell we made a visit to the ...
... through. But at the same time it was good fun really and we met up with a Sydney couple who are here to live out the same experiences.
As we head back to the car and travel on, this big mumma of a glacier is poking its tongue out everywhere. It's a landscape all of its own. Magnificent and majestic. It was worth coming to Iceland just to see this one attraction.
Every year there are multiple deaths of both tourists and locals who dare to take on the Glazier, many ...