Casa Maria Hotel
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... is a hidden attraction, the absinth distillery. We spent a weird evening here, listening to an American guy sing, playing with kittens, and trying the different types of absinth (green, red, black, gold). The challenge is clambering down the ridiculous stairs (ladder!) at the end of the night, without falling - apparently know one has fallen yet, but when you see the picture you might find that hard to believe. A man made raft, which apparently took staff 10 days to ...
Steady wind about 50mph with gusts exceeding 100!!! So today's itinerary is on hold until lunchtime....Nice group of people, loads of good food and comfortable accommodation, shame about the weather.... Wind finally dropped after lunch so we took a drive to see glaciers from the ice cap which covers about 10% of icelands surface. Awesome!!! Simon, do you remember when we saw them in ...
... part of the island. We have walked behind a very big waterfall, been to a museum and been blown off our feet by the wind. An impromptu stop at a first aid station was required after two of the passengers were injured when blown over, then a bumpy ride to the hotel due to the wind, gusting 40m/s, where we are staying 2 nights or 3 if the storm lasts ...
... our luggage. Which we have to pick up at the international terminal. Makes lots of sense. Having had no wifi for the past few days we don't have a place to sleep. Where is the nearest bridge? Luckily our dear newlyweds whom we met in Phnom Penh told us where they stayed when they were here and so we just head there and eventually even arrive and get a room. And sleep. Summary: 2 boats, 4 buses, car, 2 planes and a taxi. ...
... Milkshakes for adults are followed by a nightly snorkeling trip (lest we actually dry completely for a change) to see the Plankton. Picture this: a clear night sky lit up by millions of stars above us; below in the water we are surrounded by what seems to be their reflection but really is sparkles that react to every gentle touch. A truly magical night. Too soon we have to leave the water as the next thunderstorm approaches and our beds beckon. Good night from ...