I arrived at my hotel at around 1am on the 10/10/10 after a long but steady journey from WA....no delays, everything fell into place rather smoothly.
The view from my hotel window of the largest church in Iceland Hallgrímskirkja which apparently took 38 years to build, it was started in 1945 and completed in 1986
A different view from another window
I had not slept for at least 36hrs and just crashed not expecting to wake up until lunchtime but the old body clock went off at 7.30am in time for a great breakfast and really good Icelandic coffee. Then I went for a 3hr stroll around Reykjavik before I continued on the next leg of my journey. Of course I had camera in hand...looking very touristy.
This is a gorgeous old cemetery with twisted trees that in the night would look rather spooky.
church spire which was my marker for the hotel, as I have absolutely no sense of direction.
I arrived back at the hotel at 2pm just in time to pack up my things and take a short cab ride to the bus port and by 3.00pm was on my way to Varmahlíð where Ross and Olga were picking me up to take me to my final destination of Sauðárkrókur.
some of the views from the bus window...just one fabulous scene after another.
to this in an instant...a fog rolled in and
obscured the sun for a good third of the journey.