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... border between the North American and European tectonic plates.
The history of Žingvellir is closely linked with the history of Iceland. It is where the parliament of Iceland was first founded around the year 930 and where it continued to meet until 1798. The history began in the Age of Settlements (c. 870-930) when large numbers of settlers arrived in Iceland, mainly from Norway, Ireland and the Scottish islands, and claimed land in most ...
... every 5-10 minutes and is called Strokkur. Much like Rotorua in New Zealand, there was steam pushing up from the ground all around and bubbling water pools with water around 80-100 degrees. Unlike Rotorua, the sulphurous smell was barely noticeable. Only a few minutes down the road from Geysir, was one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland, a double waterfall known as Gullfoss (or Golden Falls in English). One of the very first things we learnt ...
... before heading home the next day.
I hope you've enjoyed reading about our travels to the Westfjords of Iceland! Feel free to contact me at any time for further tips or questions, and please use the comments section below if you're so inclined. If you are embarking on a journey to Iceland, safe travels and I hope you enjoy this magnificent place as much as we did!
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... a little smaller and lighter than the great big bell tent! We did not realise the set up here of shared cooking facilities and a lovely big dining hall to eat in which makes a small tent much more preferable than back in the UK.) Although our new American freinds were ready they had a problem with their car which had a flat battery. Eventually after acquiring some jump leads from the local farmer we were able to help them get on their way. Another of our fellow ...
... or highland region, of Iceland. Just last week in the northern part of Iceland they had a freak snowstorm and 20cm of snow fell. Hopefully it will be gone by the time we get there.
Another interesting fact about Iceland is there are no natural predators in the wild. Hunters hunt reindeer, puffins nest here in large number, yes we’re hoping to see some, and oil was recently found off the ...