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No matter what cruise ship you arrive on, a hop-on hop-off sightseeing
tour is the perfect do-it-yourself shore excursion in Reykjavik. See the
essential sights aboard an open-top, double-decker bus. As you explore
this trendy, modern city that also manages to stay close to its
unspoiled nature, you’ll see Reykjavik harbor, Reykjavik pond, town
hall, the National Gallery of Iceland and the ...
... pair of gloves and they were leaking - my fingers were totally numb! All I could think about was being cold, which was a shame, as the first dive had been so cool! After I had finished diving, I went back to have a last look at the water, with the sun higher in the sky it seemed impossibly blue, totally clear and didn't even look real. Wow. Last month I was in Northern Ireland and visited the locations that the Game of Thrones was filmed at. Turns out it was ...
... 600 minutes I was there.
Upon arriving, I sat down at a table in what looked like a mall food court. Two Icelandic youths then came and sat at a table 2 feet away from me with a box of donuts from DD and coke. Considering the time change from Boston to Reykjavik, it was the equivalent of 2:15am for me. After moving past my nausea I decided that I too needed a donut. Thus, the search for a donut began.
The search for a donut ended ...
... is on you at Dettifoss.
ţingvellir was the final site of our trip. It has both historical and geologic importance to the country. The area is only one of two in the world where the continental boundary plates are exposed on the surface -- the other being the rift valley in Africa. It feels odd to look at some of the youngest rocks and be able to say "Those belong to North America". Though we did not partake, you can scuba dive through narrow ...
... 7th floor. Caught a bus downtown & wandered around this capital city with 60% of the population of Iceland which is 322,000 - smaller than Canberra! The city feel more like a town or suburb with no high-rise & the central area surrounded by suburbia. The houses are frequently built from what looks like corrugated iron ...