Day 3 in Iceland on Southern Coast July 5th 2014 Day 3 in Iceland
When we woke, the sky was partly blue - a great sign, but it could also mean anything. Just before we left the lovely lady who managed the camping park warned us that the wind was going to be a real problem and she stressed to us to drive very carefully. There were going to be 70 kph winds plus gusts. We found this to be so as soon as we left.
Tome drove and sometimes in ... read more
Europe » Iceland » Southwest » Selfoss Settled by Norwegian and Celtic (Scottish and Irish) immigrants during the late 9th and 10th centuries A.D., Iceland boasts the world's oldest functioning legislative assembly, the Althing, established in 930. Independent for over 300 years, Iceland ... ... read more
We love travelling and we never get tired of seeing new places, learning about the history, meeting new people all over the world, observing different lifestyles and cultures. Our philosophy is to "live today as if there is no tomorrow". However as a well known travel writer, Bill Bryson has said in the Forward of his book 'The Road Less Traveled', "There are more fantastic things in this world to see than you can possibly hope to get to. You are just not going to live long enough. Sorry. So why are you just sitting there? Turn the page for goodness sake, and start planning". So that is wh... full info