Hotel Edda Laugar in Saelingsdalur
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... will do after a while.
We arrived at the ferry with several minutes to spare. Most of the inside seats were taken so we made the most of the hour and a half ride bundled up outside enjoying each other's company. Flatey Island is the largest of thousands of islands in these fjords and yet it is only 2km long. With two farms, a couple of tractors, one car, a hotel, and maybe two dozen summer homes, it was a nice place to spend ...
... and a cool waterfall but we were tired and thought 2.5 more hours could mean a popped tired and no way to get home. It was isolated. We headed back, found out if we had turned one more corner we would have been on bitumen the rest of the way. Oh well. We already did about 6 hours of driving. Instead we cooked dinner, headed to the local baths and heated up in an awesome hot pool and watched castle. ...
Driving south from the isolated Westfjords to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula was another journey of twists and turns and high mountain passes. Unsealed roads for part of the way again.
I had commented that we had seen very few campervans here, when we saw 5 or 6 within half an hour. The count went up quickly as we ...
... and avocado here for the sandwiches…first time I’ve seen that since California. We briefly perused the mall, which as expected was similar to other malls in the world…they even had a Toys R Us!
We wanted to check out the seals, and we ended up in this town called Hvammstangi (great name) and chatted with some locals at the tourist office. They were extremely laid back and helpful, checking the tide levels for their town as well as ...
... you will learn why the valley is strongly connected to the Sagas and Icelandic history
• Climbing up the Grábrók volcano crater you will see the effect of volcanic activity on the landscape
• You will also visit Deildartunguhver – Europe's most powerful hot spring
• And you will get to see the Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfalls
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