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... all kinds of treasures of the sea. For our entree Richard had lamb chops and i had chicken. I just can't make myself do lamb!!! Then we had incredible Icelandic chocolate cake for dinner - - - more yum!
Tomorrow is a very long driving day as we venture from west Iceland up to the north. We will see many towns and country side and hope to end the evening at Lake Myvatn where there is a natural, geo-thermal pool that is calling my name!!!!!!
... s only 9.30pm at home and we're still full speed ahead that time of day.
Tomorrow is basically our "gap" day so once we get our rental car we are going to get some groceries for the car and then head over to see Gulfoss - - a beautiful waterfall about an hour or so out of Reykjavik. We saw it when it was frozen and amazing! (pictured) So - we are eager to see it when everything is green.
... We stop at a famous farm for two reasons. One, it has been awarded the title of best kept farm in Iceland, and two, the owner of the farm took the photo of Eyafyallayokullt to show that the eruption had begun In 2010. This picture became iconic around the world.
Our next stop is the unique waterfall, Seljalandsfoss, on the River Seljalandsá. It is 60 metres high with a foot path behind it at the bottom of the cliff, but with a thin ...
Arriving in Reykjavik in the middle of the day meant we saw the island well before we docked. There are many islands off the coast and large mountain ranges looming behind the city. Reykjavik is the smallest capital city in the world and only has a population of 120,000. We sailed in to temperatures of around 12 degrees and a pretty strong wind, but the sun was shining. The centre of town is very compact and although a Saturday was buzzing with ...
... wasn't a more visited place...maybe it has to do with the name and the perception that it's cold and ugly all the time. In reality this country had some of the most breathtaking landscapes I'd ever seen, and the cliche 'once in a lifetime' popped into my head while thinking about what I had just experienced. When I move back to the US in a few weeks and adjust once again to my old way of living, memories are bound to fade...but this one never will.