Bed and Breakfast, Keflavik Airport
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... in the late afternoon in came the winds, clouds, and some rain. And it became very cool. Iceland's weather is so temperamental. You can have every weather imaginable all in one quick day.
One thing that was a riot today was all the sheep that are out in the fields, by the side of the road, on the road, etc. this time of year. Iceland has SO many sheep. They are used for their amazing thick wool ...
The flight across took five hours and the clock moved on ten....too much for a primary teacher to work out but it did mean we left New York at eight o'clock at night and arrived in Iceland at six in the morning and had a few hours sleep. Bus into the city along an amazing landscape of lava fields covered In low greenish something ...not a tree in sight. Got to hotel at around eightish and man at desk extremely helpful getting us organised for our day ...
... our money. I guess everyone has to help for this as it goes under a fjord. On our drive to Akranus we passed miles and miles of farmland and lots of cattle, sheep and horses. We took another route around the Hvalfjordur to hook up with the highway back to Keflavik
After supper we called it a night even though it was still daylight.
Monday Aug. 17th
It is amazing what 10 hours of sleep can do for jetlag and the sun is shining so it is a glorious ...
... and while our tour didn't go there we actually passed it and it was quite lovely. Surrounded by old black lava the water was a bright blue colour. Very beautiful, the water contains many therapeutic minerals which people come to try from all over the world. When we got back to the ship it was almost ten pm but it was still very light. We sat up until 12 pm and the sun still had not set. Thank goodness for four sea days. Lots of rest between ...
... museum, but into the restaurant first for soup, bread and salad, as it was nearly two o’clock! The Viking museum, built around Egil’s Saga, was great. Two sections with a great audio guide (iPod of course) for each. The saga is long but the displays told the story in summary and even better placed the characters into both an historical and spatial context, the farms they created and why they established them where they did was a real ...