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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Strokkur Geyer exploding roughly 15-20m into the air today. Happens every 8-10 mins and is one of the few geysers on earth that erupts regularly/reliably!

Surface water works its way down through the layers of earth where it comes into contact with molten lava rock - this superheats the water, boiling it and creating steam which creates pressure, forcing water to erupt up to the surface. Amazing! 
In fact, the name for this phenomenon, 'geyser' comes from the original 'erupting spring' Geysir nearby in Iceland (Geysir means 'to gush' in Icelandic) - this evolved to be geyser and became the name for all activity of this type. #facts #iceland iceland

Strokkur Geyer exploding roughly 15-20m into the air today. Happens every 8-10 mins and is one of the few geysers on earth that erupts regularly/reliably! Surface water works its way down through the layers of earth where it comes into contact with molten lava rock - this superheats the water, boiling it and creating steam which creates pressure, forcing water to erupt up to the surface. Amazing! In fact, the name for this phenomenon, 'geyser' comes from the original 'erupting spring' Geysir nearby in Iceland (Geysir means 'to gush' in Icelandic) - this evolved to be geyser and became the name for all activity of this type. #facts #icelandiceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Iceland day seven 🇮🇸 With the Ring Road (circling the full island) all finished, spent the day doing the famed Golden Circle. Visited Thingvellir, a national park where the Icelandic Parliament was formed in 930 AD (making it one of the oldest parliaments in the world) and also where the North America and European tectonic plates meet. Also visited the site of the original hot water Geysir (giving all other geysers their name) and watched it bubble, boil and explode high into the air every 8 minutes. Stopped by Gulfoss waterfalls - seriously epic with so many tiers of water rushing down into a deep canyon. Final stop was Kerio crater, an old volcanic crater that is now typically filled with a bright turquoise lake. Not quite that today as it was completely frozen solid - did mean there was the opportunity to not only to walk around the crater edge, but also play around on the frozen lake within the crater! Finished off the day with an epic three course feast of lobster, duck and chocolate pudding all slow cooked in the hot earth of the local area that is constantly heated due to the geothermal/volcanic activity taking place underground. Amazing. #iceland

Iceland day seven 🇮🇸 With the Ring Road (circling the full island) all finished, spent the day doing the famed Golden Circle. Visited Thingvellir, a national park where the Icelandic Parliament was formed in 930 AD (making it one of the oldest parliaments in the world) and also where the North America and European tectonic plates meet. Also visited the site of the original hot water Geysir (giving all other geysers their name) and watched it bubble, boil and explode high into the air every 8 minutes. Stopped by Gulfoss waterfalls - seriously epic with so many tiers of water rushing down into a deep canyon. Final stop was Kerio crater, an old volcanic crater that is now typically filled with a bright turquoise lake. Not quite that today as it was completely frozen solid - did mean there was the opportunity to not only to walk around the crater edge, but also play around on the frozen lake within the crater! Finished off the day with an epic three course feast of lobster, duck and chocolate pudding all slow cooked in the hot earth of the local area that is constantly heated due to the geothermal/volcanic activity taking place underground. Amazing. #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Attempt #2 at a graceful pirouette on a frozen lake of a volcano crater. Success level: obvious failure.

Attempt #2at a graceful pirouette on a frozen lake of a volcano crater. Success level: obvious failure.

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Attempt #1 at a graceful pirouette on a frozen volcano crater lake. Success level: very average

Attempt #1at a graceful pirouette on a frozen volcano crater lake. Success level: very average

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Breakfast view this morning 😍👌🏼

Breakfast view this morning 😍👌🏼

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Iceland day six

Began with finding a little known waterfall - incredibly, the waterfall was partially frozen, appearing to be frozen mid fall! A beautiful frozen wall of water. Next spent some time driving a beautiful peninsula - tried to find some seals (failed) but came across some amazing coastal scenery (including this rock formation) and spent some time with some more Icelandic horses (they're everywhere... but aren't they just so pretty?) then climbed to the top of another volcanic crater. Lastly, found another incredible waterfall which may now be my favourite of the trip due to how unusual it was. Bottom left - notice there is no visible river/water source? That's because the water is coming from INSIDE the rock! Melt water from glaciers flows between layers of lava rock, eventually coming out here to form this waterfall that seemingly comes from nothing. SO INCREDIBLE! Nature is amazing. #iceland

Iceland day six Began with finding a little known waterfall - incredibly, the waterfall was partially frozen, appearing to be frozen mid fall! A beautiful frozen wall of water. Next spent some time driving a beautiful peninsula - tried to find some seals (failed) but came across some amazing coastal scenery (including this rock formation) and spent some time with some more Icelandic horses (they're everywhere... but aren't they just so pretty?) then climbed to the top of another volcanic crater. Lastly, found another incredible waterfall which may now be my favourite of the trip due to how unusual it was. Bottom left - notice there is no visible river/water source? That's because the water is coming from INSIDE the rock! Melt water from glaciers flows between layers of lava rock, eventually coming out here to form this waterfall that seemingly comes from nothing. SO INCREDIBLE! Nature is amazing. #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Glorious day five in Iceland. 
Woke up in a secluded farmhouse, spent a couple of hours exploring this magnificent waterfall - Godafoss (waterfall of the gods), spent a few more hours driving around some fjords and admiring the incredible view, visited some traditional 'turf houses' (used to cover their homes in turf for insulation!) and then had a delish meal of local lamb with a sunset view over yet another fjord. Stunner of a day. #iceland

Glorious day five in Iceland. Woke up in a secluded farmhouse, spent a couple of hours exploring this magnificent waterfall - Godafoss (waterfall of the gods), spent a few more hours driving around some fjords and admiring the incredible view, visited some traditional 'turf houses' (used to cover their homes in turf for insulation!) and then had a delish meal of local lamb with a sunset view over yet another fjord. Stunner of a day. #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Iceland day four

Now in cold, snowy and remote North Iceland, today started with driving through near whiteout conditions over uncleared snowy/icy roads, then squelching through the muddy geothermal area of Namafjall admiring the insanity of earth in the form of sulphurous mud springs and steam endlessly pouring from splits in the ground. Also did (what felt like a near vertical) climb up to the rim of Hverfjall volcanic crater, walked through a field of ancient lava rock formations, visited a couple of Game of Thrones film sites and admired the beauty that is Lake Myvatn. Rammed Day! #iceland

Iceland day four Now in cold, snowy and remote North Iceland, today started with driving through near whiteout conditions over uncleared snowy/icy roads, then squelching through the muddy geothermal area of Namafjall admiring the insanity of earth in the form of sulphurous mud springs and steam endlessly pouring from splits in the ground. Also did (what felt like a near vertical) climb up to the rim of Hverfjall volcanic crater, walked through a field of ancient lava rock formations, visited a couple of Game of Thrones film sites and admired the beauty that is Lake Myvatn. Rammed Day! #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - The elation (or mostly relief) upon making it to the top of Hverfjall volcanic crater. Think the trail we took up may have accidentally been off track - climbed straight up the very steep side of the crater through snow and ice and intermittent loose volcanic rock. Literally had to get onto my hands and knees to make it up the last super steep part! View was incredible and was so excited... till I had to go back down. Virtually slid down the entire way! Was even happier to have my feet back on flat ground at the bottom! #hverfjall #iceland

The elation (or mostly relief) upon making it to the top of Hverfjall volcanic crater. Think the trail we took up may have accidentally been off track - climbed straight up the very steep side of the crater through snow and ice and intermittent loose volcanic rock. Literally had to get onto my hands and knees to make it up the last super steep part! View was incredible and was so excited... till I had to go back down. Virtually slid down the entire way! Was even happier to have my feet back on flat ground at the bottom! #hverfjall #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Iceland day three

Majority of the day spent exploring and admiring the East Fjords. Such beautiful driving! Also stumbled upon this big beautiful waterfall (unmarked on maps, spotted in the distance and hiked a little to find it), visited another sandy black beach and got a little friendly with some Icelandic horses (such beauties, even if they are a little bitey). Also stopped by an old Viking film set amongst some enormous mountains!

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Iceland day three Majority of the day spent exploring and admiring the East Fjords. Such beautiful driving! Also stumbled upon this big beautiful waterfall (unmarked on maps, spotted in the distance and hiked a little to find it), visited another sandy black beach and got a little friendly with some Icelandic horses (such beauties, even if they are a little bitey). Also stopped by an old Viking film set amongst some enormous mountains! #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Iceland is blowing my mind!

Day two yesterday. This is all within a 250km stretch on the one Ring Road! Started in desolate surroundings feeling like I was on the moon with black sand beach and enormous caves, moved to beautiful green canyons and stunning waterfalls and finished by seeing Europes largest glacier outside the arctic and a beautifully serene glacial lagoon. 
Falling absolutely head over heels in love with this place. #iceland

Iceland is blowing my mind! Day two yesterday. This is all within a 250km stretch on the one Ring Road! Started in desolate surroundings feeling like I was on the moon with black sand beach and enormous caves, moved to beautiful green canyons and stunning waterfalls and finished by seeing Europes largest glacier outside the arctic and a beautifully serene glacial lagoon. Falling absolutely head over heels in love with this place. #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Iceland day one - getting drenched walking behind the falls of beautiful Seljalandsfoss, climbing near 600 steps up to the top of Skogafoss to see the glacial path that formed the waterfall and finally a sunset stroll along a black sand beach to see a near 50 year old plane wreckage left to rust in the the extreme Icelandic desolation (not sure if I was on the moon...)
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Iceland day one - getting drenched walking behind the falls of beautiful Seljalandsfoss, climbing near 600 steps up to the top of Skogafoss to see the glacial path that formed the waterfall and finally a sunset stroll along a black sand beach to see a near 50 year old plane wreckage left to rust in the the extreme Icelandic desolation (not sure if I was on the moon...) #iceland

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - 90th minute penalty for the home win #charlton #addicks

90th minute penalty for the home win #charlton #addicks

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Homemade cinnamon butter (kudos to Jake and Holly!) with blueberries. A revelation 💫 If only Pancake Day came around more than once a year! Continuing the Warriner tradition of going all out 🍽🥞#pancakeday

Homemade cinnamon butter (kudos to Jake and Holly!) with blueberries. A revelation 💫 If only Pancake Day came around more than once a year! Continuing the Warriner tradition of going all out 🍽🥞 #pancakeday

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - If only Pancake Day came around more than once a year! Continuing the Warriner tradition of going all out 🍽🥞#pancakeday

If only Pancake Day came around more than once a year! Continuing the Warriner tradition of going all out 🍽🥞 #pancakeday

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - If only Pancake Day came around more than once a year! Continuing the Warriner tradition of going all out 🍽🥞#pancakeday

If only Pancake Day came around more than once a year! Continuing the Warriner tradition of going all out 🍽🥞 #pancakeday

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - Happy Valentines day lovers. 
Don't forget to love yourself first, then loving others will come easy. To quote my fav queen, the ever wise Carrie Bradshaw: "The most exciting, challenging and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself. And if you can find someone to love the you that you love, well, that's just fabulous."

Happy Valentines day lovers. Don't forget to love yourself first, then loving others will come easy. To quote my fav queen, the ever wise Carrie Bradshaw: "The most exciting, challenging and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself. And if you can find someone to love the you that you love, well, that's just fabulous."

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - #shepersisted - relevant every single day . . .
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I ran out of space. Didn't even get to most of the ones I heard while I was working in STEM fields. #shepersisted #feminism

#shepersisted- relevant every single day . . . #repost@iamsarahgrafferty with @repostapp ・・・ I'm just gonna leave this here. #repost@courtneymprivett ・・・ I ran out of space. Didn't even get to most of the ones I heard while I was working in STEM fields. #shepersisted #feminism

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - When your singing group goes to the pub after practice... 🎶casual singalong #choir #happinessissinging

When your singing group goes to the pub after practice... 🎶casual singalong #choir #happinessissinging

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kirsty_alise's Instagram Photo - My freshly homemade scones from today - added on some black cherry jam and Cornish clotted cream and it was such a heavenly afternoon tea 🇬🇧☕️#creamtea

My freshly homemade scones from today - added on some black cherry jam and Cornish clotted cream and it was such a heavenly afternoon tea 🇬🇧☕️ #creamtea

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