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The first thing I thought of when people asked 'are you excited for the trip?' was the un godly and inevitable jet lag i could foresee barreling down on us. Our flight left Edmonton at 6:30 pm and arrived at 6:30 am local time and knowing my inability to sleep on planes I knew we were in for a long day. The flight was 6 hours and fairly un eventful …
The morning spent at the blue lagoon, my day is far from over.
I meet the bus at lunchtime for the Golden circle tour and we start driving out into the countryside. The first stop is a breath taking view point over a large valley with water winding through it like veins. The weather is relentless and I get soaked merely walking the 50m to …
I must attract them or something!
Got up fresh and early for a continental breakfast and was terrible proud of being extremely organised by also making myself a sandwich for the day from said breakfast to then be greeted with Iceland's finest outside the hostel.
Its 8am and Im waiting for the bus only to be "chatted up" for 20 …
I cannot contain my excitement as my Mum waves me off at Gatwick airport!
First trip going it solo, then it hits me ........argh Im on my own!
Weird emotions wave over me, excitement, apprehension, nausea and paranoia - mainly surrounding the location of my passport at all times.
When I board the plane the nausea increases due to …
Take an overnight flight I said It will help prevent jet leg I said Of course I'll be able to sleep on the plane, I said. Well... I might have been a little bit wrong about that. After being awake for, oh... 32 straight hours, Of which six were spent in the in the air, which always turns out to be way more tiring Then I think it should be. And, 5.5 walking around ...
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TravelPod Member Reviews101 Guesthouse Reykjavík
We chose 101 Guesthouse because it was one of the cheaper places in Reykjavik we could find. With a fairly central location, the guesthouse was clean and the staff were friendly. The rooms were fairly small but functional and the kitchen was also handy to have. Our room was on the main street so traffic noise was a bit of an issue. We are staying here again on our way back home and I don't have any issues with coming back.
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