Iceland Saga 2013: Not so many/In a Plenty

16 07 2013

IMG_4927In Iceland there are not so many:

Guardrails

Two way bridges

Stop signs

Things that will eat you

Unfriendly people or

Paid rescue teams.

Dynjandi Waterfall

Dynjandi Waterfall

Iceland has in a plenty:

Jaw-dropping sights

One way bridges

Rocks

Glaciers

Water

Energy (geothermal and hydroelectric)

Sheep

Midges

Ways to hurt yourself

Ponies

Waterfalls

Lupine

Jaw-dropping sights

Mountains

Birds

Blonde hair and blue-eyed natives

English-speakers

Volcanic activity, and

Did I mention…

Jaw-dropping sights?

Somewhere on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula

Somewhere on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula

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5 responses

16 07 2013
allesistgut

Cool lists. I totally agree! 🙂

17 07 2013
London Caller

Such a lovely place!
I would like to visit this place one day.

17 07 2013
eberteach

It is one of the most beautiful, amazing places I’ve ever been. If you ever get the chance, GO!

17 07 2013
Kathryn Fenner

Ugghh, midges! What did you do?

17 07 2013
eberteach

What to do about midges:
1. complain
2. swat
3. run
4. wait for a breeze
5. appreciate the cheap source of protein

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