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... stacks originated when two trolls dragged a three-masted ship to land unsuccessfully and when daylight broke they became needles of ...
... using a cable to help climb up, were in reality no cause for concern whatsoever.
As we got higher and higher however, visibility began to get worse, as we started to reach the low hanging clouds. Over-trousers and rucksack covers were put on as the drizzle got thicker and thicker. The trail climbed higher and higher and soon was winding its way through areas strewn with solidified lava from the 2010 volcanic eruption that caused so much disruption, ...
... town, the ground was steaming. Here they are famous for having health centres and green houses for growing produce. The green houses were all lit up. Our first stop was the Seljalandsfoss waterfall. This was a 60m tall cliff and a narrow stream of powerful water flowing over the edge. Behind, was a small cavern which had been eroded away by all the water. It was so pretty. Seagulls floating around. Moss growing all around the cavern. It is possible to walk all around the ...
... our eighteen people were divided into three groups. Since we drove ourselves and could, therefore, leave at our own pace, we were in group one. From base camp, we ascended the remaining 200 feet to the chamber’s entrance. The entrance is quite small – maybe 15’ x 25’ – and is spanned by a steel truss/walkway leading to a window-washer’s motorized davit lift that holds six people, the operator and a guide. We descended the 400 ...
A little slow off the mark this morning as we had to piece together sustenance from the pickings left by a 3 tour bus feeding frenzy. No butter. Scant bacon and eggs... However, we got enough -- breakfasts have been a bit indulgent the previous few days.
Today's drive is a long stretch of emptiness with some nice views of mountains and waterfalls but little else until the Jokulsarlon iceberg lagoon area. Even as we approached the area, ...