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This was a last minute addition on our way to America, and we had no idea what to expect, and we were excited. We heard that it was expensive, but hadn't looked too much further into it. After recceing some of the local bars and restaurants we found it's actually comparable to reasonable London prices. We had said to ourselves that we were going to try and keep our energy levels going by running (fit for life, as they say) so ...
... Geysir (all geysers are named after this one, so you could call it the farther of all geysers) contain many more geysers. The most reliable of these is Strokkur, which blasts out hot water and steam to impressive heights every 6 minutes. Geysir itself only erupts occasionally and whilst we were there it didn't erupt at all. The whole area is fascinating. A foul, sulphurous smell fills the air and steam rises from the ground even when there ...
... through the ridge which happened to be where the Eurasian - North American tectonic plate which apparently move an inch every year.
This place was lovely. There was a small waterfall which fell into a clear crystal lake. So beautiful.
From here we went to a waterfall. So large. It was great. Again the bus dropped us off at the bottom of the viewing platform and picked us up from the top of the viewing platform.
It was really great. ...
... baggage counter, chipped my keyboard and popped out the function button.
Picked up our rental car - all good! Myles was so excited that he could say Thorsteinson, and didn't have to spell it! Nice little Suzuki SUV will be perfect for touring around.
Headed into Reykjavik and drove around a bit downtown. Decided were we tired and hungry, so found a little restaurant and had a weird breakfast - toasted ham and cheese sandwich with ...
... which matches the shape of the arched windows & interior roof. Had one of those lovely travel bonuses when we walked past the library to find a photographic exhibition by local icon Ragnar Axelsson. Some of his work was on display plus a film of his story over many years as a photojournalist for the local newspaper. He ...