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... died because of sulphur cloud that hung around for this time.
All the vegetation also died and most of the animals. Another eruption in 1996
was that great that it melted a lot of the ice cap causing flooding which
destroyed roads and bridges in the area.
8th. Last night we stayed a a guest house but to
us it was more like a Airbnb place as they were there and let you use anything
they had and they put people into ...
... The kids managed to spend 89 of the last 93 pence on Starbursts before getting in line to board our EasyJet flight just 4 gates over and 10 minutes before Judy's United flight to Newark and on to San Francisco. While it is often difficult to add more people to the already volatile mix of the Kramer family, Judy was a very welcome addition to our trip. She had been to Ireland before with each of her other daughters, "oh, I biked though here with Kate," and "Gen and ...
... for use on the island. Anyways, the tomatoes we had were so tasty. At the farm they sell a number of different tomato products made on the premises. Sharon and I enjoyed soup with fresh basil and bread. Our next stop was Geysir which is has one of the three regularly spouting geysers. Actually the entire park had a lot of the bubbling pools and geysers to observe. ...
... at them, and stood right next to Strokker as it erupted like five or six times! It was fantastic!
The same goes for Gulfoss - when we arrived there was ************e there. We walked up to the viewing platform and stood there right before Gulfoss in all its fury and watched it - JUST THE TWO OF US. I just can't fathom having the opportunity to be a such a place alone with my beloved. No tourists, no buses, no noise, not ...
... pumped the geothermally-heated water to Reykjavik. We only walked to a spot where you could look down on the plant. You couldn't see much because it was pretty foggy and the wind was blowing hard. You could see some of the white puffs of steam coming from the plant, but that was about it.
From there we drove down to Thingvellir, the place I most wanted to go on this tour. Bit of background here: Iceland is in ...