Úlfjosvatsn - building of shelfes Skogar - building of forest path Visit of Skogafoss Brynjuladur valey: - tee pee - trip to Glymur waterfall - cleaning in forest of chrismass tree - Shower in river ..and many more adveture :-)
117m2, two stories in one room. downstairs bathroom with bathtub, kitchen, living room area and dining room area. upstairs bedroom, office corner and small bathroom with shower. 6m ceilings in this converted brewery to loft, very quiet, very thick walls (120cm). price: 5.000 czk / per day for SOLO SHOOTING ... price: 7.500czk/ per day for LESBO and HARD CORE SHOOTING. THIS LOCATION HAVE TIME LIMITED DEPENDE ON THE OWNER !!!!
And this is us!!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPeH6eDQqmM The longest VF in Switzerland, brief info - 216 metres of ladders and over 2,000 metres of steel cable, 100 metres long natural cave traversed on the way, climbing about 1,000 metres of altitude... At the end of it a light shower started, with thunderstorm and some lightinings about and around... At that time I was asking God to be nice to us... And he was... The rain changed into some snow on the top of Daubenhorn summit 2,941 metres above sea level, or let´s say about a few meters lower as we didn´t feel like making it to the traditional cross on the top in such weather and tried to hide under some rocks to protect us from the rain which was kind of useless anyway as everybody was being drenched and rather cold already... And here we go, there is still the way going down to the fenicular again, in the continuous rain, through some snow patches and the icy glacier "path" which was very steep and incredibly icy! :-( Well, the rain was pushing us to go really fast so we made it faster than the estimated 2 hours average descending time! We had some hot chocolate and cakes while being all wrapped in blankets which were available in the restaurant at the cable car. Well, a real challenge with everything that goes with it, indeed! But I enjoyed it soooo very much and didn´t even bitch about all the weather conditions and stuff and that is rather unusual to my traditional way! BTW this YouTube video from someone is quite nice to get an idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_acef7_IZMY