We left Vik around 9 am. The B & B was not the best of the bunch. After staying in a different place every night we will have a lot to compare. We picked up lunch at the market in Vik. It’s always an adventure shopping when you can’t read the labels written in Icelandic. We visited a special geological anomaly, sort of like Devil’s Postpile in the Eastern Sierra. Quite a hike up and back down but worth it. On to the floating iceberg lagoon and diamond beach where bits of ice look like diamonds on the black sand. We had a few other stops along the way and ended up at our Guesthouse, Glacier World, in Hoffell. Our view out the window is a glacier. It’s a fabulous place. A long soak in the thermal hot tubs was just what I needed to end the day.
Tomorrow a walk to the glacier and on to a farm stay in a small town.
Photos left to right: I made it! The falls and basalt columns. Iceberg lagoon. Andre riding a glacier. The view from our window. Me in thermal hot tub.
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Patty, thank you for the fabulous pictures. I hope you guys continue to have a great time. JESS.
On Sat, Aug 12, 2017 at 3:37 PM, PATRICIA BRUVRY ARTS wrote:
> pbruvry posted: “We left Vik around 9 am. The B & B was not the best of > the bunch. After staying in a different place every night we will have a > lot to compare. We picked up lunch at the market in Vik. It’s always an > adventure shopping when you can’t read the labels w” >
Such beautiful skies! Toni
The clouds are phenomenal. Thanks.