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ÍS: Puffins at Látrabjarg

 Látrabjarg is the westernmost point in Iceland. This isolated promontory is known for it’s flourish populations of puffins, razor bills, guillemots, and other migratory sea birds. 153 more words

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ÍS: Above Dyjandi

 On our way to Dynjandi, the largest waterfall in the Westfjords, we took a wrong turn and ended up above Dynjandi instead of at it. 36 more words

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ÍS: On the Way to Patreksfjörður

Sites seen on the drive from Ísafjörður to Patreksfjörður. Our end goal was the cliffs at Látrabjarg (known for its large puffin population….pictures to come). We picked up a hitchhiking couple near Þingeyri, and made the short detour to Patreksfjörður to take them all the way to their destination. 77 more words

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ÍS: The Midnight Sun in Ísafjörður

The Midnight Sun is a spectacular thing. Even more disorientingly beautiful than the northern lights, I would argue. There’s something so incredible about watching the sun set and the sunrise almost back to back. 135 more words

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ÍS: Þingeyri Harbor

Þingeyri is a tiny little town about 40 minutes from Ísafjörður in the Westfjords of Iceland. Click here to read more about this beautiful place and what is has to offer. 20 more words

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ÍS: Icelandic Horses in the Approaching Storm

Icelandic horses are a unique breed. They have two extra gaits from other horses, including the super smooth tolt. No horses are allowed to enter the country, so the breed has developed perfectly to suit the land since it was brought by the settlers 1000+ years ago. 56 more words

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ÍS: Arnarstapi Cliffs

 An amazing stop on our two day drive around the Snæfellsnes peninsula on our way to the Westfjords. The cliffs were covered with many kinds of interesting sea birds.  20 more words

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