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Rainy day in Reykjavik We brightened it with touring, a museum and what else, ice cream! Although it is not exactly balmy here - Reid seemed to have eating ice dream in Iceland on his bucket list, thus - we finally all obliged... We also fed some bread to the birds at Tjornin. The Icelandic birds are a little more aggressive than ours - and followed Garret and Reid all the way to city hall looking for more pieces of bread. Sadly, we also had to do some ...
... Did the hotel switch to Rey Apartments where we are staying the next few days. Very nice 3rd floor walkup...our quads will be enormous after doing these stairs! Went grocery shopping - had to stock up on Skyr, Rulapilsa and hardfish. Mmmmmm - all our favorite Icelandic eats. Made the boys some bacon and puffin eggs.
Just realized that Myles only packed 1 tshirt, 2 long sleeved shirts and a hoodie. ...
Short stop for supplies in supermarket in Vik & visit to the little church as we'd promised we would. Peter from the church in Ebrington, Cotswolds has created a world wide link of churches & this is one of them. Set off across the vast black sand plains & stopped at another area filled with stone cairns created by travellers for good fortune on their journey. The black sand gave way to ancient lava fields, the largest ...
... s to worry about. 90 minutes long of suspense and afterwards the sweet feeling of victory and proudness or complete sadness. 90 minutes of feeling alive. A match of your national team is as easy as it gets: one team to support for. Black and white thinking: exactly what make humans feel very comfortable.
This is the first worldcup I celebrate outside of the Netherlands and also my first worldcup I think with so many international friends whose countries ...
... others spoke English to some degree or another, which is embarrassing for us. Kaye told the Austrians that she watches inspector Rex on TV in Australia and they roared with laughter, apparently they had stopped making the show quite some years ago.
After that it was time for bed. It is now 10pm and broad daylight outside and I can hear a workman doing some hammering.
Big day tomorrow as Iceland celebrates its Independence Day with street parades.