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... National, Iceland's big championship horse show.
Also near the restaurant was a memorial called Hope, in honor of the local fishermen who have lost their lives at sea. The mother holds a wreath in one hand, and the little boy is holding a fish.
Our final area to explore is called Reykjanes (smoky) Peninsula. This is the place where you can see most clearly ...
... each one. Greenland itself is not entirely featureless – there were several huge lakes in the ice field, leading me to wonder if these are normal features or more evidence of climate change affecting remote corners of the world.
We finally arrived at Keflavik International Airport which was small, but with an open, clean feel. We went through passport control and connected to our Copenhagen flight – this time being upgraded to first class!
Today was mostly transport. We checked out of the hostel and took the shuttle to the airport where we had lunch. We then took our flight to Stockholm, which was only two and a half hours. We went from the airport to Annette's house where we had the first good sleep of the trip (the sun set in Sweden, but not in ...
... the water that has passed can't move the mill, or as you want: stop worrying about the past!).
Last money related issue was the most recent when this weekend volunteers (and not only they) from the last workcamp were unable to go home due to a strike from the pilots of Icelandair. The pilots had decided to lay down their work from 6 in the morning to 6 in the afternoon, meaning that 26 flights were cancelled. The negotations that were still going on with ...
... for a quick 45 minute nap!
The wind whipped today & snow blew through the air. What did we get ourselves into? Only would a frozen island in the North Atlantic be able to successfully market tourist propaganda to a bunch of Canadians. We soon experienced what the couple from Denver had talked about - a day of seven snowstorms. The weather in Alberta (Calgary especially) can change in a short period of time. The weather here ...
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