Hraunsnef Country Hotel
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... A really nice natural harbour.
And finally back to Reykjavik and handed back the car. No damage so all good.
A nice 8 days driving around Iceland. Some wonderful scenery and quite an easy drive although the roads are narrow, some scary tunnels (often one way), many one way bridges, many steep gradients and a lot of gravel roads once off the main No 1 ...
... MILE! Isn't that amazing! And the mountains are black lava with bright green grass splashed around and then have waterfalls cascading everywhere. Amazing scenery!
8. Weather - OK - so we had one almost warm day on Day 2 but that's pretty much over. It's not outrageously cold like it was in February but up here in the north it was 40 today with about 30 mph winds! So it feels very brrrrrrrr. We are wearing 2-3 layers of ...
... of a whale watching tour, I arrived early so decided to have a little nap except I woke up after the tour left only by 5 mins... Oops. I am not surprised though I had driven over 3 hours on gravel roads and I think that made me tired. It does require a lot of concentration and the brain does begin to rattle around after a while of driving between 60 & 80km depending on the corners and hills. My driving skills are getting really good. I am thinking rally ...
Friendship and Travel
Three years ago, a woman I know told me that I couldn't go away for two months every year (we spend our summers up at our cottage) and expect things, specifically friendships, to stay the same. I remember being so distraught by this perspective. Why couldn't things stay the same? I was the same person and my friends were the same so shouldn't the friendships stay the way they were before I left?
Recently, a blogger I ...
... Beach. Don't know why it was so famous other than a few lives lost but in the scheme of the number of ships lost in Icelandic waters it seems insignificant other than a few bits of rusting steel on the beach.
Drove through the small fishing villages with hot water steam billowing from outlets and then headed home to our hotel on the golf course. I looked our our window at midnight and the course was still playable.