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... the bus being on the way back up the hill by now for the rest of the group - and finally get it open. I'm in and seat belted and we are away.Driving calmly along for about 40 minutes when the taxi driver turns and asks what time is my flight? He had to ask me three times because he had a gravely, mumbling voice. Later ...
... Luckily it was pretty simple to fix but a bit of me secretly didn't mind getting stuck in Iceland. I would have liked to have spent a bit longer in Iceland as there is more to do than I imagined, but it is quite an expensive place. Also it would have been good to see the Northern Lights, maybe we'll have to come back one day!
Well that was our final flight of the trip, but it doesn't all end there as I will be writing a final blog post shortly.
... has a lot of local specialty stores and souvenir shops. Puffin feature heavily and I relented and bought myself a stuffed toy of one. It has been one of my life long ambitions to see a puffin in the wild and it appears very likely I will be unsuccessful on this trip as well (they migrate out to sea in August), so it appears that a stuffed toy might be as close as I get. There is an enormous amount of graffiti throughout the streets - it seems there ...
... up the tower which I decided to do in the end once I'm more familiar with the sights.
The island weather was cool and crisp similar to England. Driving in from the airport there was lots of volcanic ash rock covered with moss. It was similar ...
Skarfabakki Harbour (only when crew ships are in the harbor)
This excursion is located within a 10-minute walk to the cruise port, so
you determine the time you return to your ship in Reykjavik. Please
allow yourself ample time to enjoy the excursion and ensure your timely
return to the port.
Departure pointTour starts at Laekjargata at Arnarhol, however you may board the ...