Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn
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... both in scale and in the volume of water that shoots over it every second. It is quite reminiscent of the the US/Canadian falls, but not quite as big. It was sadly bitterly cold by this point and we did not watch this for as long as we would have liked. Well worth the visit though in any event. We then made our way back via the 35 to Selfoss, and the 1 to Reykjavik, lauding only to visit the wonderful looking black and white church at ...
... at like 3 in a year or something). Phil even found a wall to do some free climbing (see pics)!! I watched from the bottom - ready to catch him should he fall (or more likely - to take a picture of him falling). Unfortunately we could not spend a lot of time here, as we still had a geyser and a waterfall to see before rafting. To the geyser!
We found the geyser in the town of Geysir :) about 30 minutes north. ...
... or something. I eventually got my composure enough to film a couple explosive videos.
Before heading to the next attraction we stopped for dinner at the restaurant nearby the geyser park. Sometimes it was good to eat out as you could also concurrently charge your electronics on a free outlet. This was more than just a place to inject life into my laptop battery, however, as they had the best bread I've had in recent memory. I usually ...
... me a bit nervous at times, especially when we started going faster and trotting. After about an hour of riding we returned to the stable and I left the farm headed southwest back towards Reykjavík. Along the way I took a short detour to the adjacent Hraunfossar and Barnafossar Waterfalls. Compared to all the other waterfalls I had seen these were less impressive although one of them was interesting as it did not originate from a surface river ...
... with stunning views over a black sand beach, there is a stone archway and the whole reserve is a haven for bird life, puffins was top of our list, but once again they alluded us! The search will have to continue in some other land for these beautiful birds (gah!), we did however see plenty of geese, swans, ducks and sea gulls, along with some warbling reed birds. The sun was out (don't let the pictures fool you, it was still very very cold!) as ...