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Wow, it's hard to believe today was our last day of sightseeing tomorrow we head back to Reykjavik and then Tuesday we're home bound. Iceland has surpassed my expectations. But let's not get ahead of ourselves I still have today's adventures. We started our morning with yet another foggy hairpin turn back out to the "main" paved road. We did make a …
... you will learn why the valley is strongly connected to the Sagas and Icelandic history
• Climbing up the Grßbrˇk volcano crater you will see the effect of volcanic activity on the landscape
• You will also visit Deildartunguhver – Europe's most powerful hot spring
• And you will get to see the Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfalls
(What To See - West)" alt="Hraunfossar Waterfalls(What ...
... s bucket list. This mountain was considered sacred in Viking times and the site of sacrifices to the God of Thunder. We then head to Stykkisholmur to visit the volcanoes museum where we see footage of the 6 month long eruption of Hekla erupting in 2010. The museum also houses an Andy Warhol... In Grundarfjordour a fiord on the tip of the peninsula we ...
... or three bands, and rising over the mountains a bit like a giant UFO. As well as photographing the aurora, I took a few photos of the stars, since it was a very dark sky, but the strong wind made it rather difficult.
After that display I retreated for the night, but a few hardier souls kept a vigil going, and were rewarded with another display between around 2am and 3am. Their glee even woke me up, but I decided to turn over and go back to sleep.
... get my camera, but it was really something.
Today I am exploring more of the peninsula. It is windy and cold, but I am ready. Then I will make my way to the northern part of the peninsula.
I heard about what happened in Boston, and it just pains me. My heart goes out to everyone involved, and it makes me appreciate everyone back home even more! I thank you all for following along and staying "with" me.