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We made it! 6 hours is a short international flight but still we creaked and cracked a bit getting off the plane in Reykjavic. We were immediately faced with our first challenge...the agency we had reserved a rental car from was not listed anywhere in the arrivals area of the airport! After triple checking (we both thought the other HAD to have …
Reynisdrangar are basalt sea stacks situated under the mountain Reynisfjall near the village Vík í Mýrdal, southern Iceland.Legend says ...
... that night, and get warm and dry. Of course, when we got there we found that it was fully booked. There was no other accommodation around that was affordable either, so there was no other choice but to camp again. I found that the rain had got right through my rucksack and my sleeping bag was wet, the inside of my tent was wet, my change of clothes was wet - pretty much everything was wet. We had a hot chocolate and a burger in the bistro bar near the ...
Breakfast was a repeat of yesterday, with the bakery on the corner providing the necessary coffee and food. The weather was fairly miserable when we departed and we just hoped that it would improve during the rest of the day. Our first stop was due to be Selfoss. I, erroneously, assumed that with a name like Selfoss, ere had to be some impressive waterfall nearby. Turns out whoever came up with the town's name had a sense of humour. After driving around in pouring rain and finally ...
... and a very nice accommodation. We got our stuff inside, sat down to a pretty good buffet selection, and ten head off to a nearby black sand beach (sorry, Hawaii, more and larger here – although quite a bit chillier) for a LONG walk investigating pebbles and stones churned and polished by the surf.
We got back to the room around 11:00 – the sun had just set – and settled in for a good night’s sleep to end a thrilling day of discovery.