Hotel Edda Laugar i Saelingsdal
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... day exploring some of the stunning Snćfellsnes Peninsula – a world of raw mountains and peaceful coastlines reaching out from the West coast of Iceland:
• You will head for Stykkishólmur, a wonderfully picturesque fishing town where you can wonder around and take in the peaceful atmosphere and coastal views
• From Stykkishólmur you will also enjoy a fascinating boat cruise around the ...
... as the Saga valley because many important historical events took place there. You get a chance to climb the Grábrók volcano crater. You get warmed at Deildartunguhver, Europe's most powerful hot spring which produces 180 liters per second of water that is nearly boiling - 97° Celsius. On we go to Hraunfossar Falls, a series of waterfalls pouring from beneath a lava field. Barnafoss – the Children’s falls, is nearby.
Your winter journey ...
... lava fields formed before the ice age. We eventually arrive at the lodge in Hellnar - a little hamlet situated in the middle of a lava field. It consists of about 20 houses, a hotel and a cafe - year round population...9. The cafe sits on the side of a cliff overlooking a sea cave. We spent a lot of time climbing around the sea cave in the evening where we collected lava rocks and caught a glimpse of the local ...
... out of Reykjavik is kind of how we expected it, landscape was a bit bleak and the buildings a bit 'blocky'. As we headed north the vista improved and it all got very scenic, hard to explain but very very flat and mountainous. Debs in charge of directions and as ever has a selection of electronic and analogue systems to hand. We still get the odd shout of 'THERE, you should turn there, followed by an 'oh no, we're ok. It's what road trips are made of. Great vistas all ...
... around 9;30pm and I took one last picture out our hotel room at about 10:30pm, the sun was still up and shining brightly, it was a little difficult to fall asleep tonight.
A couple of other Iceland tidbits that I haven't shared yet. First off the trash/dumpster pick up here is Iceland is strange. Out in the middle of no where near no cities we frequently saw dumpsters. We're not sure why ...