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... decided that he didn't want to take the chance by leaving our cabin for dinner, so we ordered sandwiches and apple pie. They warned me when I placed the order that they were very busy -- and it might be an hour. It was at least that long, but I went up to the buffet and got some cheese for an appetizer, so we weren't starving when it finally came. We decided to just stay in the cabin for the evening.
The seas were pretty rough all day and into the night. ...
... gyda 8 pwynt yn unig. Sefull mewn crac gyda fy ffrindiau. Beca Bennett
... last hours in Iceland.
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Pic 1 - In a Glass House
Morning in the quaint little cabin they put us up in for the night. The living room is all gl************** cabin is about 4 rooms and all tiny and equally quirky!
Pic 2 - Around the Cabin
Funny decorations everywhere you look at this cabin.
Pic 3 - Around the Cabin
Pic 4 - Around the Cabin
All homes here seem to ...
... breakfast, and wifi! The room isn’t huge but well appointed, designers obviously caught the pillow disease, four each one the size of a cot mattress and doonas. We store the gear, marvel at the view of the harbour at 1.00am with the old buildings of Bryggen across the harbour all lit up in the summer twilight. Great view from our small balcony - makes up for the smallish room and queen bed. After pulling the block out curtains we then tried to get some sleep, John was more successfully than ...
... lava field, with Arctic Terns nesting in the grass. Next-door in Hellissandur we stopped at the regional fishing museum, two wooden buildings and replica fisherman’s turf and stone hut. The museum was good, two old fishing boats, as in over 140 years old, and lots of photos and gear. The yard was littered with old engines and lots of whalebones. The fisherman’s hut was great, cold; dark, God knows what life was like for these people a century ...