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The icelandic culture often goes hand in hand with sagas of elves and trolls. We drove to a eastern fjord where the queen of the elves is supposed to live. I love those little sagas, stories or fairy tales? No one knows if they are true or not, but it's nice to have such little stories to entertain tourists :-)
In Bakkagerdi we did ...
... around their heads. However, I didnīt inhale enough of them to ruin my appetite, which I satisfied at a working farm. Incredible raw smoked lamb, cured arctic char (related to salmon and lake trout and the freshwater fish found furthest north in the world) and farm-made mozzarella. Awesome.
Thereafter, the drive from there to the eastern fjords was extremely desolate. Although I did this everywhere, I could stop my car in the middle of the highway to take ...
... I suppose, but it was beautifully groomed.
This town is well known for its preserved wooden buildings, imported from Norway at the turn of the twentieth century. I made an extensive survey of the town's buildings last year and lectured about it this year, so no need to do that again. It was a good respite for Jacob from architectural tourism. It is very picturesque and the passengers seemed to be enjoying themselves wandering around ...
Wednesday 24.07.13 Seydisfjordur
Entered this tiny settlement of approximately 800 via a narrow fjord, low cloud was hovering around the mountains but once we started on the Waterfall hike the clouds lifted and we discovered much higher mountains still with snow on top therefore the waterfalls were spectacular. The hike along the mountainside took approximately 2.5 hours ...
Seydisjordur is a traditional fishing village located in Eastern Iceland. It is a completely charming little town of ~700 in a gorgeous setting! It was originally settled by Danish merchants in the mid 19th century and Norwegian herring fisherman. Since there were few trees, the locals imported pre-made wooden houses from Norway which have lasted for over 100 years. Many of them are painted in bright colors adding to the charm. ...
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