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 …
... in my face. Yet when we stopped to see a glacier 2km down the road, it was calm. With 35 minutes of daylight remaining, Gummi pulled off the main road, saying we had just enough time to see the black waterfall. I had no idea what that was, but he took charge and we followed him across a bridge, then up a hill. The waterfall resembled a pipe organ but it was nothing special. The hike up seemed to take ages, but luckily we got back down before dark. Gummi pretty much flew by the seat of ...
... and Halldór Halldórsson, to foreign investors. However, the investors' attempts were unsuccessful, partly due to lack of money. The waterfall was later sold to the state of Iceland. Even after it was sold, there were plans to utilize Hvítá, which would have changed the waterfall forever. This was not done, and now the waterfall is ...
... bread with Icelandic butter – all washed down with a freezing glass of Geysir Schnapps
• An insight into the Icelandic horse – you will learn about the history of these distinctive animals and the unique five gaits that makes them special
• A visit to a geothermal greenhouse – geothermal energy is great for horticulture and heated greenhouses make an unusual sight in the bare landscape
At Geysir, the chef of ...
... but it was awesome to see him. It was freezing on the top deck so
we eventually took refuge in the café below so that Molly and I could try to
regain some feeling in our hands.
Once back in harbour we wandered around studying menus
outside the many restaurants (it’s our 29th wedding anniversary
today so a celebratory dinner seemed apt). We all agreed that to eat in a restaurant that
served whale meat would be ...