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... a very cold breeze coming on shore so we don’t linger. We read the story on our app about the four stones on the beach used to gauge a fisherman's strength. We couldn't resist the sign on the post, once we figured it out – no cairn building, as these Icelanders (or tourists!) can’t resist piling stones anywhere and everywhere they go. There are stones everywhere. Back on 54 and next we took a turn off to view the lighthouse at Hellaar. ...
... was about 25 degrees. As an editorial note: Iceland seems to really have their tourism act together. The Blue Lagoon was as high tech as Disney. They provided you with a scannable wrist band on entry. You put your stuff in a locker and scanned the wrist band to lock. You could even charge drinks to the wristband and pay latter. Anyway, we stripped down, took the required shower, suited up and went to the pool. You could either enter the pool indoor ...
Here in Iceland at this time of year the sun does not come up until well
after 10am and so it was a good excuse for a late breakfast. Our goal today was
to go and explore Reykjavik and find out more about this extraordinary island.
Looking out the hotel window it was a total white out outside with low
cloud. Only the peaks of the mountains in the distance could be seen above the
mist which made ...
We landed in Iceland this afternoon. (We being Amali, Patrick, Johnny and I, all physics exchange students.) Just a 2.5 day trip to squeeze in as much as we can because the flights were cheap. After an interesting supermarket trip (Icelandic is really difficult to interpret), we made pasta (home cooked food, finally!) and were looking forward to out Northern Lights tour. We had booked the bus to pick ...
... settled where the pillars came to shore. Steam from hot springs in the region is said to have inspired Reykjavík's name, which loosely translates to Smoke Cove (the city is often referred to as the Bay of Smokes or Bay of Smoke) The original name was Reykjarvík with an additional "r" that ...