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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík
... top of the steeple to get the best 360 degree views of the city. Lucky us, the clock struck 4:45 while we were up there. Beautiful but loud. We walked lots more and had dinner at a typical Iceland restaurant called Frir Frakkar. They serve anything that swims or flies in Iceland and lamb. Can you imagine, eating grilled Puffin breast? Puffins are so cute that I can't bring myself to eat one. There was also shark, deer and horse being offered. ...
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So be ready for this journey to this heaven on earth....
A land of Glaciers, lakes and volcanoes
Schengen Visa is accepted here hence ...
... to continue exploring Reykjavik instead.
I slept in and enjoyed a leisurely morning walking around the town and figuring out exactly where our stop was for getting picked up by the airport shuttle that evening. It turned out to be on one of the main roads, Laekjargata, which translates to Brook Street. I stopped for a latté at an outdoor café and enjoyed some of the traditional lamb stew for lunch. The menu called it lamb goulash, but I found it to ...
... in the existence of spirit beings like elves, trolls, fairies and witches. Of course, there are fantasy-enthusiasts who believe in these creatures all over the world, only in Iceland this matter really is taken very seriously. Annoying the mystical creatures living all over the island is thought to carry a heavy price, so human inhabitants will do almost anything to avoid getting on their bad side. In Iceland, it’s ...
... wedi gweld glacier or diwedd wehey un off y bucket list :)
Sara - cerdded tu ol i´r rheadr Seljarlandsfoss!
Cerys - Cerdded ar y rhewlif
Anna- y bwyd tseiniaidd.
Beth A - Y geyseres
Meg R - cheese burgers
Nathan M- Rhewlif / glacier
Beca Williams - cael amser da, methu chi gymaint, cael hwyl yn Vietnam Heledd x
Ella Green-williams - glacier
Math- cerdded ar y rhewlif
- Free parking