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... br> The glacier has been retreating for a few years and our guide, Nick from England explained that 2 years previously, they were able to access the glacier about half a km closer to the carpark than we were able to, but there's no evidence of global warming of course! The problem with the easy short tours is that you often get stuck with one or two people who are not quite a physically fit as others. This is a bit frustrating ...
... trip - - ha!
9. Icelanders LOVE the outdoors. Even though the weather is so miserable, they find a way to go on and have many activities. They laughed when I told them how Oklahoman's react to the smallest snowflake. It's unheard of to EVER close schools. And, most of the days we were there it snowed off and on throughout the day.
10. Speaking of weather - no place we have ever been can surpass the crazy weather of Iceland. ...
17 Feb, 0820
At airport in Reykjavik. Had long, mostly sleepless flight in, stayed up all night previous night getting last second details finished (read: putting together entire itinerary, ordering rail passes, planning whole trip). Time management skills need work.
Flew Alaska Airlines from San Jose to Seattle, IcelandAir to Reykjavik. Sun now rising behind ...
... bus trip to this place but at about Ł90 each
I sure was hoping it would be worth seeing and sure enough it was.
The bus took us along one of the usually wonderfully kept roads of this
Island and after about 35 minutes turned off along a secondary road and into a
rather hilly area. All the hills were covered in snow but here and there were
patches with steam coming out of them indicating a volcano.
Finally at the main resort I ...
... invited them back the following March. They took some friends along, one of whom was a young woman who took a liking to the bikie. Frances and Ian's next trip to Iceland was for the wedding, followed by the christening of their friends' three children. Four years ago they decided that was it, and the rest, as they say, is history. After dropping the Swedes at their hotel, Frances took us on a guided tour of Reykjavik, ...