Day 4—Thursday, May 14: Reykjavik, Iceland

IMG_3730 A full day of private sightseeing part of our group made a visit to the famous Geyser hot spring area with numerous hot springs and geysers – one of them erupts every few minutes; take a look at the magnificent waterfall Gullfoss; visit the volcanic crater Kerid and the greenhouse village Hveragerdi; drive across Ljabakkavegur Pass to the Thingvellir National Park, a unique place of beauty, with its interesting geology and history; then across Mosfelsheildi Health to Reykjavik.

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The day started with the whole group going to the Blue Lagoon. Tom and I traveled with another couple to the western side of Iceland—up to the Langjokull Glacier (at top we experienced a total white-out). Next stop was Hraunfossar Barnafoss where the water actually filters through the lava rock cliffs and falls into the river. The Deildartunguhver Hot Springs (100 C) which sends heat to three towns…always hot water available!

Langjokull Glacier…in a white-out.


Driver took us to the Glacier….into a blizzard, little to see.

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Ready to taste the local brew!
Puffin for dinner……by choice.

3 thoughts on “Day 4—Thursday, May 14: Reykjavik, Iceland

  1. dgovoni says:

    After reading your blog with the Iceland names. I can now hard it must be for local kids to study for a spelling test!



  2. dgovoni says:

    Please excuse it should read:

    After reading your blog, I can now imagine how hard it must be for local kids to study for a spelling test!


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