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... lunch we met Gummi (pronounced Goo-mee), who will be our guide for the next ten days. He speaks great English with almost no accent, having lived in the US when he was younger. As we traveled around we would learn that not only was he conversant with the history and geology of his country, but he seemed to know the name of every farm and the history of its inhabitants. Tim and Jeanette Friesen are our ...
... keeps them out of trouble. Along those same lines, as we were driving into Reykjavik we saw a public worker mowing the grass along the side of a hill the funny thing was he wasn’t riding the lawn mower he was walking next to it and operating it by remote control the driver said it was safer that way because he was mowing a hill side, I’ve never seen that before. Also on our way in ...
... the washer! Sandi went off exploring.
At 5 we set off for our Taste the Saga history of Icelandic beer consumption!
Taste the Saga-Ölgerđin, Drinking History Tour
Good thing we aren't driving!! Beer had only been legal in Iceland for 33 yrs.
We are excited about our upcoming adventure in Greenland.
... a two bedroom apartment for our first two nights in Reykjavik. Centrally located, we could easily explore the city by foot,which is exactly what we did...right after we woke up from our afternoon naps.
We walked to the waterfront and down to the Old Harbor where we inquired about whale watching tours and sought out the Sea Baron, famous for its lobster soup. The Sea Baron lets you select your own seafood skewer and they grill it for you ...
The day started off well. We arrived in Copenhagen at 7:00 a.m. and had a continental breakfast in the dining room. Debarkation went smoothly and we had assistance from the cruise ship in picking up our bags, which was greatly appreciated. The crew member assisting us was the percussionist from the orchestra, a young fellow from England.
Things began to go downhill when we tried to find our bus to the airport. Apparently the ...