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... seen and certainly no townships or shops. Until we saw a sign pointing to coffee. 3km off the highway down a gravel road. As there were no places to stop the car to have our own coffee, and the temperature was chilly, we followed the sign to a guesthouse. Coffee AND a WC,.Even better. Would we like homemade apple cake with that coffee. Why not. ...
Akureyri is located at the end of a beautiful (and the longest) fjord in Iceland. Akureyri is a small town of 18,000 and is the capital of northern Iceland. To get to Akureri we had to pass through the Arctic Circle so we were very far north. We never really saw dark last night. Sunset and sunrise were less than 2 hours apart. Since we didn't arrive till noon we got to take in our entire journey down the fjord. The port is very small which would be expected ...
... Don’t think either Heather or Denise would like that road, it follows a very narrow ridge, with almost vertical drop offs on both side. It even got too much for David who didn’t drive the last 200m to the very top, he turned around where several others had chickened out too and the road was wide enough. L had to walk up that last bet. The view was stunning all around.We continued on to Isafjordur passing through a tunnel over ...
... we needed too!! As seems to be the pattern, the guy on reception of hotel nordurland was exceedingly helpful. Lots of help and directions of where to go for food and shops etc. there is a storm expected tonight.... Not sure the northern lights will make a show... Please let the winds blow away the clouds!! We zoomed out as the sun was already below the horizon! -9 was the temperature on the square!' Brrrrrr! ...
In a world....with a stranger....on a road trip Today Leandro (internet arranged hitchhiking setup) and I took off from Reykjavik after a hearty breakfast. I took over driving for most of the day so he could watch the world go by. He has never seen a place such as this before. The ring road is a fun one to drive. Things to see and do all over the place. I love that I can just pull over and fill my water bottle with fresh glacier/snow melt water everywhere. I can pull I to a gas ...