Ensku Husin Guesthouse

Address: By river Langá, Borgarnes, Iceland | Lodge
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This lodge, located on By river Langá, Borgarnes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Borgarnes

    Fjords, Black Sand Beaches, & Countless Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Aug 28, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... areas we are in now are much more remote and very sparsely populated. A town of 600 people is considered to be a good sized town and there aren't many of them. As a reminder, Iceland has 330,000 residents, 220,000 of which live in Reykjavik. So - that leaves the other 110,000 scattered across and island about the size of Ohio. So the population outside of Reykjavik really is minimal. We are seeing town after town that have just ...

    Searching for Seals, hitchhikers and Ice Caves

    A travel blog entry by debfryers on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... days of watching them go by I decided to go into the belly of the 2nd largest glazier, Langjokull. 30 mins from Husafell to basecamp is where we changed to a snow mobile which is ex military vehicle now re purposed and can drop Tyre pressure 90 % in order to float on ice likes ski-is. We float our way up from 750 metres to 1200 metres to the mouth of the ice tunnel. The walls are 200 metres thick. As we approached the tunnel I was reminded of my claustrophobic ...

    Friendship and Travel

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jul 16, 2015

    15 comments, 3 photos

    ... shut down when you are reliving stories. He was essentially saying the same as the woman I know in Oakville. Could they both be right? Will we all return home to no friends? Or is there a reason that nothing stays the same? Is it because things sometimes need to change and you just don't know it until you get away from the situation? Or is it that certain friendships weren't meant to stay the same but others will be as rock solid as always? This got me ...

    Day 6 of tour. Friday 10 July 2015

    A travel blog entry by wazzyol on Jul 10, 2015

    8 photos

    ... to move on.

    We drove onto an inconspicuous spot on the highway, unloaded, walked about 200 meters across a farmer's paddock to a grassy knoll where, in 1830, 2 blokes were beheaded for murdering a farmer's girl. An Australian girl heard about the story when she was visiting Iceland and wrote a book called Burial Rights. It is now being made into a movie.

    Which reminds me that they were going to film the Lord of the Rings in this ...

    Brilliant weather leads to frustration

    A travel blog entry by peterjl on Jun 27, 2015

    4 photos

    ... mean how can they hide a lighthouse, in fact two lighthouses cos there is supposed to be an old and a new. Anyway we continued north and stopped in a layby for lunch. We then diverted inland to Husafell which is a popular and beautiful area. The good weather had bought out the locals in force and the camp sites were heaving so, after a quick stop at a waterfall we headed ...