We woke up in Dubrovnik on our last day in Croatia. The plan was simple: Lounge through the morning, do some last sightseeing and leisurely catch the 8pm ferry to Italy.
The Vestmannaeyjar islands have a special history. For once, the youngest island was born in the 1960s, due to a 5(!) year volcanic eruption. The main town on the main island got buried under lava and ash in 1973. So this made for an interesting target.
Before I go into some detail of our first week in Iceland, I wanted to write about the boat we took to get here. The Norröna from Smyril Line goes from Hirtshals (Denmark) to Seydisfjördur […]