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... seem to have gone home by this time of the year so there are not many people competing for a good photo opportunity. This country is simply amazing. The air is so unbelievably clear and clean and everything is so wild and largely untouched by humans. The activities and key sights are largely accessible free of charge and there is very little in the way of safety barriers or 'off limits' areas. It really is an adventurers ...
A long day is ahead of us today - in total the walk to Skogar from Thorsmork is around 26 km. It should take around 8-10 hours, and the first four hours are nearly all uphill. The weather forecast is predicting cloud but no rain for the morning, and rain in the afternoon. So the goal is to get to the highest point around midday and start descending, so that way if the rain does roll in then at least we will be getting down off the mountain quickly.
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... 100 km north of where we were. We visited the info center briefly then headed up the mountain. We hiked about 1.6 km up ( I got quite winded a few times). But we reached the top and got a good look at this magnificent waterfall and surrounding area. We hiked back down then hit the road for the long drive back to Vik. One of the highlights on the road were all the sheep and horses. And yes, eventually two times we had to stop to let them cross. Frisky ...
... direction around every 5 or 10 minutes, the roads are just straight, no junctions, you just go. And then we could see the petrol station in sight! Counting down the kilometers, hoping we would make it. And we did! Thank goodness!! I did not fancy being stranded at the side of the road in the middle of nowhere! After that, the journey was a lot less stressful. But very long. It took us 4.5 hours from the lagoon to get back to the city and got back around 9.20pm. Such a brilliant ...
... the island's ski area in the Blue Mountains. After the group from the city arrived in their bus, we set off on a two mile hike across the lava field steadily uphill and at a pace set by a local who obviously has no problem with the trip (she set a pretty brisk pace). At the end of the hike, we arrived at “base camp” – a modular building holding a few tables and the staging area for the journey into the chamber. The groups are limited to about ...