Hotel Lundi

Address: Vikurbraut 24a - 26, Vik, 870 , Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vikurbraut 24a - 26, Vik.
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    Travel Blogs from Vik

    Day 5 - Day of Rest

    A travel blog entry by rybax on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... back. I tried to hitch hike but the 3 cars that passed me were packed with tourists and their luggage.

    I grullingly hiked back to Vik and arrived around lunch and picked up some food at the supermarket. Had lunch and fell right to sleep for 2 hours. The start of my nap coincided with a massive blizzard with gale force winds which continued for the rest of the afternoon and night. I managed to study for my class in the later afternoon, although the ...

    Vik, After The Storm

    A travel blog entry by johndekker on Feb 23, 2015

    6 photos

    ... only. Apparently he was soon dismissed from his high public office and never seen again for the indignity of giving it such an abbreviated town name, but fortunately the name stuck, even if he didn't. Anyway, the canyon really is beautiful, though the light was very flat and uninspiring. Further, we could not get into the canyon far given the ice and strong current. Our Italian buddy gave it a go, perhaps the head blow had dulled his ...


    A travel blog entry by johndekker on Feb 21, 2015

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    ... get really cold is not pleasant at all. The path at Kirkjufell up to the waterfall was submerged by the tides, so it was a slightly longer hike around instead. So with clear skies, and a little pink in the horizon, we were able to shoot some good shots, despite the number of other photographers shooting here as well. Photographers are such a hardy, silly bunch, to be out before dawn in -11 celcius temperatures shooting some ...


    A travel blog entry by jollyskiem on Sep 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... problems a few years ago. Several large, jagged mountains and a valley were about all we could see that was left but it was still very impressive. As we headed just beyond the second waterfall, I glanced over to the left and thought I was hallucinating. Something that our guide hadn't mentioned was the cracking great glacier that was making its way down the mountain. Finding an access road, we decided to take a closer look. Due ...

    Rain, Mist and Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 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, ...