Icelandair Hotel Klaustur
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The Eldertrek itinerary states we spend the day hiking in Skaftafell National Park and hiking we do! We start off at an information centre where our guide registers us for the activities today. We walk up about 1.5 km on the trail to a waterfall called Svartifoss which runs through the middle of an impressive columnar basalt gully. For those in the …
Enfin! Le vol a été quelque peu retardé et nous sommes arrivées à Keflavik tard tard... Pour faire changement de la grisaille britannique, on nage en pleine grisaille islandaise. Les prévisions sont peu encourageantes, mais bon, faudra faire avec! Notre super bolide est lumineux à souhait. Ça va bien aller! …
... br> Secondly, it is cold. But not windy Warrnambool cold. Icecland is achingly, numbing, lakes turn ice skating rink (funnnnn!), never before have I felt so cold cold. My fingers and toes mostly.
I feel I can elaborate a tad on this. The cold felt in my fingers isn't surprising given my £5 text tip gloves from Sainsbury's. Throughout my 25 yearrs of live, Dad has often said when you pay with peanuts your going to get monkeys. And although I could still use ...
... Skogafoss waterfall, with an impressive 60 metre cascade! A footpath lead up the side of the waterfall, giving a view down onto the falls and of the river above it. While there we also visited the Skogar Folk Museum. This very interesting museum has a large transport museum covering all kinds of transport, a large collection of artefacts from all over Iceland, plus an outdoor museum with many reconstructed buildings including turf covered ...
... ginger nuts, chocolate, cheese and bananas. Then we drove on towards the rumbling volcano area. This area was especially beautiful with high mountains cascading into the black sand of the Icelandic ocean. Along the drive we stopped at times to take some photos of the scenery and at one spot there was another man there who asked 'have you heard the news?' We said 'no' and then he told us 'it is going off, the volcano!' As much as it was exciting and interesting we were in no ...