Reykjavik Eyrarbakki Fishing Village Excursion Reviews

Right after breakfast, we boarded the bus and went directly to the "Lobster Feast" instead of to ...
Right after breakfast, we boarded the bus and went directly to the "Lobster Feast" instead of to the 2 villages. If Eyarbakki is a fishing village, all we saw was the inside of the roundhouse where buckets of langostino were ... Read More
Right after breakfast, we boarded the bus and went directly to the "Lobster Feast" instead of to the 2 villages. If Eyarbakki is a fishing village, all we saw was the inside of the roundhouse where buckets of langostino were served up family style with little potatoes, sliced bread and some salad. No explanation or description of the village or where the seafood was harvested. Then back on the bus through lava fields in the driving rain until we got to a little church where we had 5 minutes to take some photos. Back on the bus, through part of Reykjavik, then back to the ship. The wind was blowing sideways, so we didn't even try to spend any time exploring Reykjavik on foot. The best part of the day was seeing the jagged lava covered in some sort of green plant material through the bus window. I shouldn't complain about rain since there's nothing anyone can do about it, but I suspect that even without it, the excursion would have been pretty lackluster. Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
Shore Excursion Provider: Princess Cruises