Iceland – The Golden Circle, Mud, Geysers, Ice and Waterfalls

Eventually we reached Geysir in the Haukadalur valley, which is the oldest known geyser and one of the world’s most impressive examples of the natural phenomenon. I had seen geysers before at Yellowstone National Park in the USA but these here were even more impressive. We followed the path past the bubbling mud pots and the belching steam vents and joined a bus tour party who had an entertaining and informative guide.

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8 responses to “Iceland – The Golden Circle, Mud, Geysers, Ice and Waterfalls

  1. Wonderful. Iceland is on the Must Visit list, but … who knows?

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  2. “Wales with attitude!” I love that description.

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  3. Would be a nice car drive ::)

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  4. How many pictures do you have of it just about to blow, or having just blown? I must dig out my own Iceland pictures – it was an organised two-week cross country trek.

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