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Another sea day. Another Bingo game. Another Bingo loss. But...I doubled my money on Roulette. Didn't represent my country too well in the first event of Ruby Princess Olympics. Perhaps things will improve in the next event. The Norwegian Sea was quite choppy, but the ship handled it like a dream. Quite smooth. The fog of the early day turned into sunny skies later this afternoon which bodes well for tomorrow and Iceland. Akureyri here we ...
Feeling a bit tired and hungover made our way down to the Irish Pub for some fish and chips and to watch the F1. Unfortunately it was closed but the bar beneath was at least showing the F1, just no food. In the evening we checked out Saksun which was a cute ...
... as an opportunity to relax and get some laundry done. Our ferry wouldn't leave until 9 pm tonight. Fortunately, the hostel allowed us to stay in the room for several extra hours as we waited. When it was finally time, we loaded up our packs and walked about ten minutes to the ferry terminal. We were able to board immediately and then headed for our "room", a nine bunk couchette in the hull of the ship. After I got settled, I met two of my bunkmates. They were from ...
... cross the bridge to Kunoy. It's an odd
bridge in that it's barely above the waterline, it seems, and is a
single track and in an S shape. Then into a single lane tunnel but I
have the right of way now. Kunoy is considered the “flute”
island because it's tunnel runs across up while Kalsoy is the
“recorder” island because it's tunnel runs up and down it.
That's an odd classification but someone must have liked it.
... a circle. As we are sitting there eating and looking at the
poor weather out of the window, a man is walking up the road on the
other side of the creek with one of the very large and typical prams.
It looked just so amazing to be on this road, in the rain, with
nothing behind him except large glacial hilltops and sheep. We
watched him walk up to the turn onto our road and then he came back
down the road past the hotel and back into town. The pram ...