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... a bit of quirky history.
Oh yeah, by the way, I’ve been greeted by interesting reactions to my name – apparently, the Helgason family dates back to the settlement of Iceland in the 900s and I am asked if my family was from here (actually, we came from Norway in the 1860s). Icelanders are able to trace their families back to the 900s and are all basically related to each other somewhere down the line, so they ...
... 263; stare zabudowania i pstryknąć kilka pięknych panoramek.
Obiad typowo islandzki zjedliśmy w turystycznej miejscowości Siglufjordur (populacja 1360) w restauracji Kaffi Raudka na brzegu portu z widokiem na łódki, okalające je wodę i zaśnieżone szczyty.
Ja ubrana w kurtkę z kapturem, lokalni turyści w krótkie rękawki- przecież jest lato;)
... br> When we finally got there, had to rush to the bank with Kaye for her to get some more money, it was easy to change US$ at Information Offices, but had to go to a bank for $Aust.
Sitting here writing this at midnight and just about to jump up and take a photo so you can see how light it is at midnight. I've got a light on at the moment because we had the curtains closed to block out the light and the heat of ...
First, let me just say that the bar scene in Isafjordur on a Monday night isn't exactly what I'd call enthralling. I did get a chance to share a beer with some younger locals, who told some stories about the city's history and some things they do for fun there (you better enjoy snowboarding). I went to bed early that night because I knew I had another long journey ahead of me the next day. The destination? The snowy "capital of the north," Akureyri.
... beautiful waterfall, don't feel my pictures do it justice. I think I was just too cold to take my gloves off to take pictures properly so ended up just pointing and snapping as best I could rather than messing with settings. Any of the better pictures in this blog are Duncans, he dared to have his gloves off! There were barely any other tourists around which was nice as it was just us two and the ...