After a good breakfast we were out of the port and ready to find our way about the town. aActually, what we were really after, if possible, was to get to the Godafoss waterfalls. We checked with the bus driver, who didn't know which buses went that way (and buses are free in Iceland), and then we checked with a taxi driver who told us it would cost around £100 to get out there. This is still cheaper than the ship organised tour, and might have been good if we found another couple of passengers who also wanted to go...... But not for us today.
|This seal was investigating a little pool we passed as we walked into town. Lovely to see|
We carried on to take quick look at the church, from where we got a good view of our ship, and then through the little town centre back to the Voyager.
|The Voyager from Akureyri Church|
|Akureyri Town Centre|
|Eider ducks in the bay as we made our way back to the ship|
|Towel art in honour of Peter's Birthday|
Tomorrow is another sea day then, as we make our way to Rekjavik. Peter will have another class, and I am hoping I will have found my sea legs at last, as I'm fed up of feeling groggy and nauseaus every time the sea gets rough. As Peter says..... Bring it on!