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Gorgeous accommodations and delicious food. What more can I say?
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... stop in a T-shirt (well, he is Scottish). When we got back, we briefly discussed our plans for tomorrow, of which there were none, with Frances, before I had to excuse myself. If I sat down I would've been gone for the night. However, before I finally got to give in to slumber for the night, plans had changed. All of a sudden I was informed that breakfast would be at 7.30am instead of 9am as we were now booked to do a south coast volcano tour from 8.30am tomorrow. Um, ok. But first I must ...
... visit to the Icelandic Settlement Centre Museum, or to the local geothermal swimming pool. Naturally, once darkness falls, you will be out and about chasing the northern lights and bathing in the hotel’s outdoor hot tubs.
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Borgarnes is a town with a population of some ...
... we approached the waterfall by walking the trail along the canyon rim.
There is a memorial at the falls to Sigrithur, a woman who was instrumental in protecting the falls from commercial development.
The final stop on today's tour is Geysir, which was the first geyser described in print and known to Europeans, and gave its name to geysers all ...
Another fabulous day in Iceland started off with waffles and nutella (Pixie was in heaven!) at a lovely little cafe on Laugavegur, Reykjavik's main street. This was followed by a wander through the old harbour area, where Iceland's one and only military (coast guard) ship is docked. We got the impression it doesn't see much action! We realized that we haven't seen any puffins so far, ...
... doesn’t leak; this constricts the carotid artery and also makes it impossible to swallow without rupturing your Adams apple. Thus equipped, I was first into the water. Nice and warm, and then I put my face under the water. That was real cold for about fifteen seconds, and then I couldn’t feel it any more.
Because the suit is full of air, you’re extremely buoyant, which is a nice way of saying encumbered. Here it ...