Travel Blogs from Selfoss
... you even have to book to get in therefore the cost is about $60
to go in even if you just put your toe in. You cannot see inside unless you pay
so needless to say we didn’t venture in anyway it was blowing a gale and
raining. We got to the airport and I’m writing this on the plane on our way
back to the UK where we will be spending the next few days at Anne’s. We drove 2870 klms around Iceland and really enjoyed it.
... ride, so it was just Kara, the guide and myself on the way back to the farm.
After the ride we had hoped to swing up to Arnastapi and take some photos, but the weather was pure **** and we decided to head back down towards our last cottage in Reykjavik. We made a quick stop at a black church just east of where we had gone riding. It was a quick photo opportunity before setting off again.
We reached Borgarnes and ...
... Visitors centre which has been set up to showcase a 20 minute film about the 2010 Volcano eruption the disrupted air traffic for 2 weeks. A lot of the footage was taken by the farmer who house lies underneath the glacial volcano.
Early to bed after a outside hot tub and dinner... A big long drive tmw to make my Glacial Hike.
... your hand in the water as it gets between 80-100 degrees C! We travelled onwards to Gullfoss. Gullfoss is UNESCO World Heritage site.A massive canyon is here where the falls are located. Stunning really. From here we went to Thingvelir National Park which is where Iceland is being ripped apart. Here two great tectonic plates butt up against each other leaving ...
... and travelings. The night, figuratively speaking of course, flys by. I pinch myself, as I still can't get over all of the diversity sitting at this table.
We pack our things up the next day, for them they are just beginning their Iceland tour heading east, for me, I'm just finishing. Today is my last day. I plan on meeting up with Josh and Bryanna back in Reykjavik to check out the opera house and ...