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“Diamond Geyser”

published 23/06/2013

The spectacle is free; rarely seen phenomena; acce...

Visitor centre is expensive; it gets very cold at ...

For as long as I can remember I have wanted to visit one of those natural hot springs that shoots steaming water up into the air from deep below the earth’s surface and, while there were lots of things I was looking forward to seeing and experiencing on my trip to Iceland, seeing what is commonly...

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“All Churned Up”

published 24/12/2007

A spectactular natural phenomenum not often seen.

Smell of Sulphur! Icy pathways!

Strokkur translated into English is Churner. It isn't the largest geyser in Iceland, the credit for that lies with the nearby Geysir (meaning gusher), but it is incredibly impressive reaching upto 20 metres in height and is a great deal more relaible spouting every eight minutes or so. Strokkur...

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“Gushing Geysers”

published 29/09/2011

Watching Strokkur erupt was a fantastic experience

Exhibition was a bit basic

Geysers, or hot springs, exist all around Iceland with one of the main areas being in the south west. As the area is within easy reach of the capital, Reykjavik, it is one of the most commonly visited sites in Iceland, particularly as it forms part of the popular Golden Circle tour - which is the...

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