Icelandair Hotel Fludir
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Our group of 16 finally gets together in Reykjavik and meet Elisabet, our tour guide and Siggy our driver. Some flew in from Toronto and east coast of US this morning so they are pretty tired and hardly dressed for visiting external sites but off we go... Iceland is where the Eurasian plate is pulling away from the North American plate at the rate …
... plentiful supply. We turn off from the ring road towards Geysir, stopping at Kerid which is a string of three small volcanos the largest of which has a lake in the caldera. Whilst the original geysir, after which the place is named, no long spouts there is one which erupts about every 5 minutes. This together with the steam erupting from numerous ...
Clean and fed, I head out for the day around The Golden Circle. It's a list of places to visit in this area of the country. The short list is Gulfross, Geysir, and Thingvellier. They all are different and beautiful in their own right. On my way to Arnes hostel I see a construction crew peeling back a layer of concrete on a bridge. Like most other construction jobs in Iceland, they seem a bit over staffed, but ...
... some areas given different names but really it’s all one park and now covers 13000 sq k’s, almost one third the size of Iceland. Not that much of it could be used for any other purpose really as it’s mostly glaciers, volcanoes and ice fields. the rain that had been tipping down abated for a short time and we all walked up to see the Svartifoss, a pretty waterfall surrounded with basalt columns. While here we watched some people using a ...
... did not get any better returning to Skaftafell and on to Seljalansfoss. It really was a hairy drive. You understand both why they close the roads as soon as the wind gets up, and also, why you see so many cars abandoned on the road, on the side of the road, in a ditch by the road etc.
We stopped at Seljalansfoss, which is another of the popular waterfall sights on the Ring Road in South Iceland. ...