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... the car wash we headed to Reykjavik and it was a pretty unremarkable ride. We did make one stop so I could take some horse video for my Danielle. Besides that the most memorable thing about our ride was going through the Hvalfjordu Tunnel. The tunnel is about three and a half miles long but the most unusual thing about is is that is goes 541 feet below sea ...
... in the past month. As the months changed 2 letters we had 1 complete day without rain and sunshine, but the Reykjavikers fear that the rest of this summer will be even worse than the previous one. In spring it was enough to mention the word summer to Icelanders and they would immediately shake their head in despair due to the holiday months in 2013. One of my biggest fears before coming here was that the weather would get to me, that it would destroy my ...
... realize the wrong of your actions. I'm going to make a very weird comparison now, but it reminded me a little bit of when in the last year India was in the news almost daily because of the spreading rape indidents. One of the statements that I remembered the most was of a government offical who said that women should dress less provocatively. It had angered me so much (more of course then in the case of Suarez, I'm comparing apples with pears now), because he refused ...
... off at Bjarni's apartment, and breathing a huge sigh of relief, we set off to find lunch and check out the Iceland day festivities. While our drive in to town had been sunny, it started raining when we got to town. And it never stopped. Legend has it that it always rains on 17 June.
The guidebook had a page for "cheaper eats in Reykjavik". Not cheap eats mind you...cheaper. Guess there really aren't great meal deals to be had in this town. A Thai ...
Today we toured the golden circle...it is a three stop tour that features a geyser, the biggest waterfall I have ever seen and the volcanic plates of America and Europe and where they meet. Iceland is broken into two pieces where the plates meet and the landscape is full of volcanic rock fields and massive tears where the plates are shifting, we were told that the plates move 2cm apart each year and that ...