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... views, one after another, as we climbed up and over the mountain between the fjords, including a great view of Akureyri. Back in the city, we drove through some of the more modern areas with newer homes and apartments and the main shopping street before arriving back at the port.
Since we had a late lunch when we got back to the ship, we went to the early movie and had dinner in the Lido buffet afterwards. For whatever reason, there was no show in the showroom.
... had a death wish as he clambered around the edge of the falls, selfie stick in hand.
I could have sat there for hours but we had our first thermal baths to visit. We joined a small group of cars driving out the other side of the falls. It was a bit Paris-Dakar as we drove along the dusty road throwing up plumes of dust.
The Myvatn Nature Baths http://www.myvatnnaturebaths.is/ were not far from the end of the gravel road. A bargain compared ...
... 225;- Mushroom soup, trout potatoes & salad. Coffee & chocolate. Depart at 13-:50. Pseudo craters - depart @ 14:05 Education - tuition & books FOC - primary mandatory from 6-16yrs Jnr college - 4yrs and must pass - pay for text books only University - pay tuition fee & text books - Paid through taxes - 3 steps of taxes depending on income level. Health care is FOC more or less - since financial crises in 2008 - to cut costs - ...
... the cafe was on the other. Literacy in Iceland is virtually 100% and as I mentioned before nearly everyone speaks both English and Icelandic. There are only 34 secondary schools in the entire country. Those which are outside of Reykjavik are often boarding schools as communities are far apart and especially isolated during the long winters. In the summer many of the school dormitories become tourist accommodations. Iceland's population is approximately ...
... night up in the mountains, not a real good idea, the overnight temp was below zero. that didn’t worry anyone so long as we were in the car it was lovely and cosy, however, when it came to getting out and making coffee or cooking porridge outiside then it was not such a happy circumstance. Don’t think my lot will be doing that again soon.A trip out to the cliffs at Latrabjarg to see the nesting sea birds is one of the highlights of a trip ...