Very cool lava tube - Cave Vatnshellir
Very cool lava tube - Review of Cave Vatnshellir, Snaefellsbaer, Iceland - Tripadvisor
One of two Icelandic girls who met with England stars Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden in a quarantine busting hotel hook-up has admitted she was the one who shot the video which revealed their meeting - describing it as a 'huge mistake'. Foden, 20, a rising star at Manchester City, and Greenwood, 18, who starred for Manchester United at the end of last season, both made their international debuts for England against Iceland on Saturday. Today Greenwood apologised for the 'embarrassment', while Foden also said sorry, describing the situation as a 'poor decision'. Meanwhile, Lara, who says she does not watch football, has now taken to Instagram to speak out about the incident. In an interview with Icelandic news outlet DV , Lara said also felt sorry for the long-term girlfriend of Foden - who has a young son.
Icelandic girl admits she posted video that revealed meeting with Masoon Greenwood and Phil Foden
We were pleased to include this cave on out tour of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, as we were not sure that we would have time for a lava tube on our Iceland trip. This is a large lava tube, with several different chambers, including a long vertical run. Good explanations of the formation of the cave by our guide Thor. Do this tour if you're in the area. Easy to book online.
Icelandic children in costume on Ash Wednesday, dressed up as boxes of Opal liquorice. Icelanders are serious fans of liquorice and some enjoy the taste so much that they add liquorice to ice cream, chocolate Easter eggs, cakes, sauces, and skyr. There was even a time when it was traditional for Icelandic youth to drink soda from a can through a tube of liquorice rather than use a straw. It came as a shock to many when it was announced in that production of Blue Opal had come to an end. Sources do not agree on why production came to a halt, with some claiming that a crucial ingredient had become unavailable, or that new regulations had greatly restricted the use of said ingredient in food production.