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... the former sea cliffs remained, parallel to the coast over hundreds of kilometres, creating together with some mountains a clear border between the coastal lowlands and the Highlands of Iceland. Skógafoss waterfall
The Skógafoss is one of the ...
... landscape of jagged convoluted rocky hills made from black volcanic rock and covered with bright green vegetation. The trail had been described as being more difficult than the Laugavegur trail, with some parts that might worry people afraid of heights, which worried me slightly. These fears were baseless however as sections such as the "cat's spine" - a section of narrow ridge which was described in the guidebook as "nervous work" - and other small ...
... and Jack saw a seal. Jack and I were both totally freaked out by the boat going INTO caves for a look around...and had a good laugh when it stopped inside one cave for someone to play a song on a saxophone..."GET US OUTTA HERE!!!"
We spent the afternoon doing a bus tour of the island - really interesting to see the landscape from a different perspective after the boat tour. The tour guide was actually on the island, age ...
5 April 2014: Today was "Golden Circle" day. The Golden Circle consists of three very impressive natural attractions, including Pingvellir National Park, Geysir, and Gullfoss. Our first stop was Pingvellir. a Unesco World Heritage Site and the location where the Vikings established the world's first democratic parliament in 930 A.D. The park is situated in a strikingly beautiful rift valley with the Oxara river, and several small ...
... high and wide. The basalt columns on the outside of the mountains are amazing geological formations caused by quick cooling of the lava as it poured over the mountain side. We've seen such formations elsewhere but these were particularly great.
Across a large sea lagoon we saw the promontory, Dyrholaey. This very large rock has three openings at the water level that make this almost mystical and we got great pictures of it.