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... views where I can see how high the lava is shooting. We were under 2000' above the eruption but my next adventure has got to be a helicopter so I can get closer - much, much closer.
... We drove through a lot of areas where there was just nothing for miles but green moss covered lava fields. There were a lot of beautiful mountains in the distance and one way bridges over the volcanic land. We were both feeling really tired so decided to stop at some services and park up for a power nap. It was so good! Lol
After our nap we drove a short distance where we noticed a massive waterfall, we later found out it was ...
... Law Council mainly performed a judicial function. Harsher punishments were adopted and Ţingvellir became an execution site. Many names in the landscape give testament to the cruelty of those times.
Although the Alţing had largely lost its function Icelanders continued to visit the assembly to keep informed and socialise, although they were no longer obliged to attend. Thus Ţingvellir to some extent preserved its role as the focal point of ...
... has a lot of local specialty stores and souvenir shops. Puffin feature heavily and I relented and bought myself a stuffed toy of one. It has been one of my life long ambitions to see a puffin in the wild and it appears very likely I will be unsuccessful on this trip as well (they migrate out to sea in August), so it appears that a stuffed toy might be as close as I get. There is an enormous amount of graffiti throughout the streets - it seems there ...
... that was 11%25 that I politely declined. It's looking very grey outside I was reading in the local tourist paper last night that they haven't have a summer this year poor things and these are the last 2 weeks it could happen. Right time for a bath in the roll top then off out to an apparently amazing coffee spot that happen to be just round the corner from me in the old ...