Loki 101 Guesthouse

Lokastigur 24, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Winter Wonderland

A travel blog entry by oliver10


... to wait and see what you could spot. Time tours was a much smaller tour on a minibus with about 20 others. Frustratingly despite a really clear night where the view of the stars and Milky Way was incredible, there was absolutely no solar activity. However we did see the geothermal area at Gunnuhver, walk over a bridge between America and Europe on the the America/ Eurasia ridge and see the lighthouse and cliffs on the Reykjanes peninsula - all in the pitch ...

Beautiful Iceland

A travel blog entry by tryan


... Islenski Hesturinn horse stables where I had a two hour horse ride through the lava fields. This was an amazing experience although extremely cold! In the afternoon I visited the National Gallery of Iceland (it's tinny) but I got to see some amazing etchings and wood block reliefs by Edvard Munch and an exhibition by Kristin Gunnlaughsdottir which was huge woollen tapestries on heshen of Vagina's. I was actually in awe until the group ...

Iceland - a visit to Heaven

A travel blog entry by cosmictraveller


... One of the most beautiful place on earth.

The Vatnajokull ...

Getting Reykjavik-ed - Part II

A travel blog entry by sam.floy


... chants in between songs ("Tiny little baby y'all" being a favourite), though we weren't the rowdiest group there by any means. A table of Spanish guys were stacking their glasses up high meaning it fell on the table.

In the interlude, Rich went up and asked for a 6J shout out meaning we were preparing for our first rendition of "His got the whole world in his hands" to an audience. Our favourite verse being "He's got everybody (pronounced "errrbody") ...

The Salmon Mock Me

A travel blog entry by oski


... wait for Jeremy.

While I was enjoying the more urban pursuits of the island, Jeremy was knee deep in it's flowing rivers. He spent the whole morning and afternoon, with a 2 hour lunch and mandatory rest period in between, fly fishing. Many times throughout the rainy and windy day the salmon in the river would jump out of the water right where he was casting, but they weren't biting. It's almost as if they were showing off that they were there and that he ...

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