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... that at present they are only seen in the early morning and late in the evening. Now in this country where it doesn’t get dark at all at this time of year neither of my lot are quite game enough to ask just at what time early morning might be, it is 2am to 3am or a more acceptable 4am to 5am, as for the evening, probably late means 11pm to midnight. Certainly the Icelanders wouldn’t call anything before 11pm late, 7pm is like the middle ...
... on which way you were entering from, and then you could get into the unfenced area to view the waterfall. Pretty cool! I told Travis we will have to remember that one.
Several miles down the road, after stopping for some breakfast/lunch at Salt Kaffi in Egilsstaoir where we had some yummy burgers and I downed a latte and took another for the road, we were off to cross over the highlands. That's just about when the sleepies hit me (even after ...
... ców i turystów najbardziej oblegane są bary na stacjach benzynowych. Widać tylko to opłaca się tutaj prowadzić.
Wybraliśmy najbardziej widokową trasę poprzez przylądek Trollaskagi. Przez pół trasy jechaliśmy przez wzgórza, z gdzieniegdzie rozsianymi drobnymi domkami okalanymi przez zielone pola i trawy. Na nich błąkały się koniki i owce. I ...
... the thermal mud pools of Hverarond and droved pass Myvatn lake. The rest of the way to Akureyri was windy and snowy and the ride was not fun. We reached the amazing Godafoss waterfall and visited it at 120 km/h gale force winds! We then drove to Akureyri and checked in to our hotel at 19:30. What a ride!!! ...
At Holar, we saw the 'other Iceland Vatican' - this is where Christianity started in the twelfth century. At that time there were 2 bishops in Iceland - one in the south and one in the north (Holar) but after seven hundred years, the north took a back pew to the bishopric in the capital Rekjavik. Holar was the area where they printed the first bible in the Icelandic language many centuries ago. They still have ...