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Gorgeous accommodations and delicious food. What more can I say?
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14/8/15- At sea - sailing towards Tórshavn- Quiet day. Weather overcast and showery. Seas @ 4 meter swell and lumpy & bumpy. Outside temp 10c but wry windy - 40 knots at times. Clocks put forward 1 hr last night. 09:00 - Breakfast in MDR - not Carol Watched movie on tv - Out of Africa. 13:00 - lunch in Lido. 16:00 - afternoon drinks 17:30 - dinner in MDR 20:00 - entertainment in Showroom @ Sea - ...
... interesting rock formations ( result of lava flows presumably). Next stop was in the geothermally active valley of Haukadalur to see the geysers Geysir and Strokkur. Geysir has been inactive for a long time - but still steams. Strokkur erupt at every 5–10 minutes interval and is quite impressive. Plenty of people despite the weather - and many in the rainwear they had purchased her! The final stop was at ...
... br> I read they move apart about an inch or two every year.
Pic 24 - Camo Geese
Some baby gees in tow but hard to see.
Pic 25 - Bub
A really old gravestone we found just off the path.
Pic 26 - Waterfall
Even the small waterfalls look cool!
Pic 27 - Flag
A nice clear shot of the Icelandic flag.
Pic 28 - Downtown Reykjavik Apartment Hotel
Welcome to room 200. Our room for the night!
Our first taste of the real Iceland yesterday as we went on a tour of the Golden Circle. Although not very far from Reyjkavik, it seems to belong to a distant past, an isolated land of dark mountains and lava fields, of spiral clouds of steam rising everywhere from the geothermal fields and geysers gushing up through the cracks in the magma. In fact, the area is named Geysir, which gave its name to all the others in the world. Not far from here is the enormous Gulfoss, or ...
Heading out of the UK just as the weather was improving and heading straight into conditions of around -10 seemed crazy and the first glimpse of the Icelandic coastline seemed pretty bleak but there was something about the landscape too. After 2 and a bit hours flying, it was onto the Flybus to my hostel in Reykjavik City centre. I stumbled across Loft Hostel and it had amazing reviews wherever I looked on the web. I was greeted by ...