miðvikudagur, júlí 27, 2005


There is a standard (and worthy) tour that 99.9% of visitors to Iceland take. It's known in tour-company brochures by the name "The Golden Circle". To Icelanders, however, it's called simply Geysi-Gullfoss, after two of its famous sights: Geysir (the original and best), and Gullfoss (Golden Falls). (I give my own version of this tour to visitors, throwing in sights such as Nesjavellir.)

But Geysi-Gullfoss is also the nickname for a particularly nasty stomach flu, the one that kept me home from work on Monday. You can probably figure out why. Or the first two pictures might clue you in.


Blogger Eyjolfur said...

Well that is not Geysir


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