Today we are anchored off of Grundarfjordur on the north side of the Snaefellsnes (Snow Mountain Peninsula) Peninsula. This peninsula is 90km long, runs from East to West and forms the north side of the huge bay that has Reykjavik at its Southeast corner. As the sun comes up the port looks very clean and has an alpine look to it with fairly tall mountains right behind it. The very tops of these peaks are covered with a fresh dusting of snow.
and for a walk along an unusual "white" sand beach with interesting lava formations out into the water, which is COLD!
We make another stop just a few miles west for a walk starting at the stone depiction/memorial of Bardur Snaefellsas, protector of Snaefellsas.
We return to the ship