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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hofn Höfn
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 ...
... and then we headed off to what I thought was going to be a short little hike. Ok I must have miss read the sign because I thought the entire hike was going to take 45 mins but instead it was 45 mins each way just to see a waterfall. I must admit I was impressed with Svartifoss, the waterfall, but after walking up a steep incline for 45 mins I had lost some of my enthusiasm. Cindy copped a squat at the highest ...
... down the deep cracks in the glazier and are never recovered.
The next feature that caught our eye was the Glacier Lagoon. This lagoon is situated at the bottom edge of Breiðamerkurjökull glacier, a tongue of the Vatnajökull. This is yet another natural marvel as it is filled with gigantic white and blue floating icebergs. But it looks so calm and peaceful today at least. It is Iceland's deepest lake and it continues to get bigger each year as pieces break off the Vatnajökull ...