Borgarnes Bed & Breakfast
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... doing. Kaye made a decision to ride about 8pm and when she contacted the guy to see about riding he told her it was too late. She was a bit disappointed that it wasn't happening. I would have gone along for the ride - so to speak - but as I am definitely not a horsewoman, couldn't say I was disappointed it didn't happen.
It was happy hour for dinner again and so i had a beer. Unlike last night the price was $7 for my glass of ...
... current favorite word, as it makes me sound like the Swedish Chef whenever I say it. Go ahead, try it. You'll see :-).
In all honesty, you could probably skip the "town", though I am not even sure how they get away with calling themselves one. It's that tiny.
We stopped a few times on the way home to take more pictures because, once again, the scenery was magnificent, and we could not have asked for better weather, or bluer skies.
We were also in for ...
Nice drive today south through the fjords to Borgarnes. Only hiccup being the gravel roads and the next to no ground clearance of Jani's BMW M3. Still gave me some amusement every time he winced when something hit the bottom of the car. The 30 km/h we travelled at wasn't so amusing though. Nice views and overall a pleasant drive ...
... guide was sick so the replacement was late. As it happens all of the group were Canadian, three from Toronto and us. We started out driving North of Reykjavik with our first stop being a service station to pick up food and use the last toilets we'd see in a few hours. We then drove under the Hvalfjordur fjord through a 5.7km tunnel. Most impressive! Once through the tunnel we drove on excellent roads until we turned and headed ...
... of you in the lockerroom.
Interesting fact #2: there's no crime here. I knock on the table while writing this of course, but it must be truly the most peaceful place I've ever been to. I feel confident enough to leave my laptop unattended while going to the toilet in the public library, because I know that if it'll be stolen I'll probably make the headlines of the Reykjavik Daily Telegraph.With that note I would like to finish. Next ...