Vestur- og Norðursúla 061110-Frozen waterfall

The mountain Hiking club Toppfarar in Iceland hiking two of four peaks of Botnssulur in a still and peacefull weather. Traditional way up but untraditional way down again along a nameless but very beautyfull waterfall and along the river Hvalskarðsá back to the cars. In this video we are at the waterfall which we named Súlufoss.
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Ljósufjöll 280810 – The steep and rocky hills of Gráni.

The Hiking Club Toppfarar hiking Ljósufjöll in Snæfellsnes Iceland. Clear skies and sunny with warm and still weather. Total of 33 members hiked three highest peaks in Snæfellsnes, Gráni (1.006m), Bleikur (1.047m) and Miðtindur (1.067m) at a 16,8 km in 8:10 hrs. This was a golden hike with laughter all the way up and down again. In this video we are hiking the very steep and rocky hills of first peak, Gráni.

Singed sheep heads for dinner

Here you can read more about thorri feast food: en.wikipedia.org Svið – Singed sheep heads. Singed sheep head should first be thoroughly rinsed and then boiled in well-salted water for 1½ to 2 hours. Svið can be eaten hot or cold, with either plain boiled potatoes, mashed potatoes or swede turnips. A popular dish in Iceland, svið are an ideal item for a packed lunch. Also available ready-cooked, tinned or pressed and gelled (sviðasulta). _______________________________________________ ________________________________________________ in old days, when kids didnt have hundreds of toys lol.. then they played with sheep bones, shells, rocks, etc.. its not that long ago though, i mean, it was toys for my father… but I also played with those jawbones.. it was the most fun thing about when svid was for dinner, we cleaned the jaw bones and used them as toys.. i think they used to be horses in pretend play when dad played with them, but i think they were guns and something else when I and my brother played with them,, maybe boats too.. lol.. I used to only eat the tongue.. the other is not food to me.. but now i dont even like the tongue.. and i have stopped playing with the jaw bones lol… But mom and dad love svid and they eat much more than only the tounge.. my aunt even eats the EYE LOL.. i was so curious when i was little,, why would people eat the eyes??? so i tried it once.. i think i felt like puking lol… so, i’m not exactly a fan of eating svid, but i am interested
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Hjaltalín – Feels Like Sugar (official video)

Feels Like Sugar from the album Terminal by Hjaltalín buy at www.itunes.com/hjaltalin & hjaltalin.grapewire.net www.hjaltalinmusic.com www.myspace.com/hjaltalinband www.facebook.com/hjaltalinband Director: Rúnar Ingi Producer: Rebekka Bryndís Björnsdóttir & Steinþór Helgi Arnsteinsson Editor: Sigurður Eyþórsson DoP: Víðir Sigurðsson AD: Fannar Sveinsson AC: Guðmann Þór Bjargmundsson 2nd AC: Þorsteinn Magnússon Key Grip: Siggi Bahama Best Boy: Gunnar Gunnarsson Gaffer: Sigurjón Gunnarsson Colorist: Eggert Baldursson @Pegasus. Art Direction: Hjaltalín, Rúnar Ingi & Filippía I. Elísdóttir Costumes: Filippía I. Elísdóttir & Agnieszka Baranowska Hair and Make-up: Flóra Karitas Buenano Þakkir/Many thanks: Pétur Óli Gíslason & Saga Film, Lilja Ósk Snorradóttir, Valdimar Ármann, Pegasus, Kristján Sturla Bjarnason, Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, Rúnar Árnason og allir aukaleikararnir (við dýrkum ykkur).

Thorsmork, Valahnukur, in Iceland

Thorsmork is an amazing landscape. It is one of the most remote regions in south Iceland, only acessible to special vehicles. The valley is located between two ice caps and volcanoes, and glacial rivers run in between. There is a birch forest in the valley and much vegetation. This place is very mystical, here we are at the top of Valahnukur, which marks the center of the Ignimbrite formed by a old eruption 54000 years ago. The slope is about half kilometer down, and is absolutely awesome. There are many strange rocks, amazing caves, frigid rivers that flood erratically, icefalls, deep cannyons; no wonder the places here have names as Thorsmork (after the god Thor) and Godaland (the land of the Gods). There are many legends about elfs and trolls, and in fact, for two ocasions, while hiking for about 6 hours we heard strange whispering noises! Accomodation is possible in two small huts in the valley; you must bring food and water with you. The climate is mild but very changeable. To the north you can see the volcanic landscape of Landmannalaugar with many volcanoes, with a famous hiking trail of 3 days called the Laugavetur. Valahnukur is an easy peak, about 1 hour up. These were two very lovely days!