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No real idea how far we have to travel today, best guess is around five hundred K but with very limited access to wifi (this country has very very small pockets of civilisation which is why the updates to this blog are few and far between) First we head back to the ring road, we're heading first for Dettifoss Falls, we get to the ring road in around thirty minutes and head east. Really stunning scenery yet again but then it all turns ...
From Egilsstathir we had to cross a mountain pass to get down onto the North Atlantic coast. Those of us who are spoiled by driving on 4 lane, limited access American freeways would be amazed at some of the roads they drive a tour bus on in Iceland. I would have been nervous driving a jeep down the switchback gravel trail they called a highway. Our bus driver, Trosti (the "o" has an ...
Just a quick entry to introduce some pictures of our day in Djupivogur, Hofn and the Hoffellssjokul Glacier. After a brief stop in Djupi (as I think of it) to see a little church, eat some delicious pastry, and buy a souvenir from some local kids, we were off on a long bus journey along the eastern coast road of Iceland. ...
The third day of my circumnavigation was also relatively short with only about seven hours of driving and sightseeing from the East Coast down to the Southeast. I wanted to go farther, but there was no accomodation available. Iceland has become quite the tourist destination in the summer. They expect that income from tourism will exceed income from fishing for the first time ever in 2013.
Basically, I just cruised along the coast, in and out ...
OK, this is the name of a small port town, and there were two frequent questions: How do you pronounce this name, and why are we here?
First answer is that the D is silent and the rest of the name is pretty simple: Jew-pi(g)-voe-gur. Say that 5 times in a row and you have it nailed.
The second answer: because it is surrounded by a pretty countryside and including mountains with waterfalls and rainbows. But---it was threatening ...