Hotel Hallormsstadur

Hallormsstadur, 701 Hallormsstaður, Iceland
Hotel Hallormsstadur, IcelandHotel HallormsstadurIcelandIt is Iceland, but it should be called land of waterfalls. There are so many waterfalls here they are innumerable. I, a lover of waterfalls, have...Hotel Hallormsstadur, IcelandHotel HallormsstadurIcelandWaterfalls on top of waterfalls! I climbed on top of the other waterfall to see what was behind it, this is what awaited me. It is so beautiful...Hotel Hallormsstadur, IcelandHotel HallormsstadurIcelandicelandic horses are very different then horses from other areas of the world. they are very short and stumpy. they also have very thick winter...Hotel Hallormsstadur, IcelandHotel HallormsstadurIcelandBIG problems! So my camera didn't die, but the cardreader did. So I can't load my photos onto my laptop. this means no photos until I can get back...Egilsstadir, IcelandEgilsstadirIcelandWe took a drive around the river close to Egilsstadir and stumbled upon this beautiful view.Lagarfljót, IcelandLagarfljótIcelandLake Lagarfljot, Iceland A small valley in the east of Iceland, formed by Lake lagarfljot To see more photos of this place, pls click the link...Hengifoss, IcelandHengifossIcelandThe view you get after a 2.5km hike to the falls. As a treat on the way you get fantastic views and 2 other waterfalls on the way up.Hengifoss, IcelandHengifossIcelandThe smaller of the two waterfalls of Hengifoss. Flanked by basalt columns formed during the intense heat & pressures of a lava flow. #waterlustHengifoss, IcelandHengifossIcelandHengifoss is the third highest waterfall in Iceland and one of east Iceland's most stunning sights. The hike up takes roughly an hour not far off...Hengifoss, IcelandHengifossIcelandQuite the unexpected but worthwhile hike, this valley was stunning and so was the trek.Litlanesfoss, IcelandLitlanesfossIcelandThis "smaller" waterfall is part way up the 2.5km hike to reach Hengifoss. Well worth the uphill trek.Vallanes, IcelandVallanesIcelandOther side of Brunnhorn mountain. Taking the ring road on the east side of Iceland. The turn off at Hofn to go over these mountains was not fun....Gíslastaðir, IcelandGíslastaðirIcelandRaindeer! They are only on the east coast of Iceland. They were introduced here a few hundred years ago and have done very well. As you see them...Ring Road, IcelandRing RoadIcelandMain national road in Iceland #iceland #roadtrip #ringroad #travel #road #volcanicWilderness Center, IcelandWilderness CenterIcelandThe BEST place we stayed in iceland was the Wilderness Center. It's a farm, a hotel & museum. They have regular rooms but you can also sleep in the...DC-3 Plane Wreckage, Egilsstadir, IcelandDC-3 Plane WreckageEgilsstadir, IcelandThis is a spot in Iceland that may be tricky to find but totally worth. It was quite a lengthy walk to get here. If you google the plane wreckage...Myvatn Nature Baths, Egilsstadir, IcelandMyvatn Nature BathsEgilsstadir, IcelandThe Myvatn Nature Baths are natural pools of geothermal heated water pumped to the surface in these pools. The bottom was soft black sand there was...Myvatn, Egilsstadir, IcelandMyvatnEgilsstadir, IcelandSteam vents in the Myvatn area. As soon as we got out of the car, the smell of sulfer was overwhelming. There were steam vents and mud pits and...Dettifoss, Egilsstadir, IcelandDettifossEgilsstadir, IcelandDettifoss waterfall, one of the most powerful waterfalls in Europe. It was about a half mile walk back to the waterfall and when we were there...Egilsstadir, IcelandEgilsstadirIceland.
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