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... we've found to be so friendly. They really want you to be happy and are glad to provide not only information about the restaurant and food, but wanted to know where we came from, why we were in Iceland, and provided helpful travel and touring information.
... taxi driver give us one hour and we stood in the freezing cold with other many others, waiting for the lights. Sure enough we got lucky enough and I was able to cross another item off my bucket list. As fast as the lights would appear, they would then disappear. It is such an unbeliavle phenomenon to experience. I feel so beyond lucky to be here right now, and can't wait to explore some more of this unbelievable ...
... cliff are crying."
Once again back in Reykjavik Solveig estimated our journey too have covered about 1,800 - 1,900 km. We really did see a lot of territory and our experiences, both shared and individual, will remain with us for a very long time. Solveig's partner, Anna, joined us for dinner. What a treat to meet her and continue to build on the friendships we developed.
Eveyone leaves at at different times over the next two days. Farewell until the next adventure!
We have a leisurely breakfast and it is nice to see some familiar faces, some of whom are leaving today.
We have a little time before our excursion to the glacier so we have a little troll into town, most of the shops are shut however but it passes the time.
We are collected from the hotel at 11.30, there are 3 other people on the trip. It takes 2 hours to get to our destination and we really miss Kristberg telling us all about ...
... red from icy water...except the lips - the lips were blue...It was painful to look at them, but I nevertheless took my glove off and dipped my fingers in the water to see for myself - and it felt freezing...so I thought to myself "it better be worth it!" and started asking those of them who were getting out of the water: "what did you see there? anything interesting?"...answers were all the ...