Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn
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... small port of Þorlákshöfn, former point of departure for the ferry to the Westman Islands.
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... If something struck him, he stopped for us to take photos. He stopped when he saw some Icelandic horses up a hill, and at a quaint little church on a hillside. He often saw someone snapping a photo out the window and asked if we wanted to stop. It wasn't quite dark when he stopped the bus again and opened the door for us to get out. That was when the green streaks first appeared in the sky. Gummi had told us earlier in the day that the forecast was excellent for the Northern ...
... during a dinner, Snorri expresses a preference for Gullfoss, while Dr. Gustafsson favors Glymur.
Gullfoss features in the music video for the single "Heaven" by the band Live. During the video a young man and a young woman separated by the Hvítá river exchange written messages carried on rocks that they throw to each other over the ...
... 160;Reykjavik this afternoon for the first time, we checked into our hotel and went exploring. Just so happens that the world renowned bacon festival was happening that day. Dedicated to giving away free bacon, singing about bacon and handing more free things to complement bacon like free beer. Probably the best festival in the world... Caught up with mum and dad, who weren't so taken away by ...
... br> Laugarvatn is a very, very small village of about 200 people, and there really wasn't a lot to see there, but it was right in the middle of the main sights so it made sense to stay there. Iceland is, of course, next to impossible to see without a car (buses worked well enough for me but they just aren't as practical, especially in a place like this where there is only one bus a day back to Reykjavik!). I luckily ran into some people with a car who agreed to let me ...