Articles with tag: seydisfjordur iceland

This is the lower part of the Hengifoss waterfall. Egilsstadir town is located on the banks of a huge Lagarfljot lake. The lake is 25 km long, and 2.5 km of width maximum. It's depth reaches of 112 meters. According to the legend, there's a creature unknown to science that  inhabits the lake...
Gunnar Gunnarsson was an Icelandic author, who was nominated repeatedly for the Nobel prize. This is the house museum Of Gunnar Gunnarsson. We went to the museum from the Hengifoss waterfall. Unfortunately, we came too late, and the museum was already closed. So we went back....
So, we had left the Egilsstadir town. We went from Egilsstadir town to Myvatn town. It wasn't very far. So first, we decided to go along a fjord through the town of Seydisfjordur. Ferries go from the town of Seydisfjordur to the Faroe Islands. We were going uphill. Higher and higher....
We approached  Seydisfjordur town . There's a port. We made a stopover and went for a walk. We came back and continued our way. Seydisfjordur town was left downhill. Here's the airport of  Egilsstadir town . We went in Vopnafjordur village. The road over the mountain...
After breakfast, we all took a walk on horseback through the picturesque surroundings of Egilsstadir. Horse breeders all over Iceland are offering such services. A woman and her daughter own this horse farm. Despite the gloomy weather, our ride turned out to be quite positive. The Icelandic...
Coming back from a horse ride trip, we saw a wonderful view. It was cloudless and sunny above the lake, but there was a gloomy black cloud above mountains! What a weird Icelandic weather :) We stopped in Egilsstadir, which is the largest town in the eastern part of the country. The population is...