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... clean with a patio garden if there's ever any sun to encourage us out there. The temperature's a rather chilly 8 degrees. Aren't we trying to escape the cold? We explored Reyjkavik in our sleep deprived state and liked what we found. It's really an oversized fishing village that has leapt into the sophistication of a 21st century lifestyle. There seem to be more tourists than Icelanders, and even then the streets ...
We were in the air over the Hudson Bay and we seemed like we were higher than the setting crescent moon next to Venus. The green sheet of the northern lights was in the sky! What a special night. Just an incredible event. Can't wait for tonight. Besides that the flight was uneventful. Except that the generator they use to start the plane engines failed TWICE before we left. When it failed the first time the lights and the air conditioning stopped. It ...
... make their way down the
edge of the massive glass front with small coffee sitting areas every few
Outside this building were signs showing shops and loads of other things
such as restaurants etc, however we simply failed to find these. Much of it
seemed to be dark corridors or passages or halls with simply black walls and
nothing much else.
After a cup of hot coffee we finally headed back out into ...
... was built at great expense, with construction starting in 2007. Then the global financial crisis hit. Iceland was hit hard and went into deep debt and work halted. There was talk of leaving it half finished, but in the end construction continued and it was completed in 2012. Much of the money went towards perfecting the acoustics. There are four concert halls and each has specific acoustics for different types of music, from symphony orchestra to electronic. We settled on Icelandic ...
... in the sky, very briefly and the camera was laid on a convenient wall pressed the shutter and 20 seconds later exposed a green patch - honestly the picture was better than the actual scene! However, even managed a 'selfie' with the Northern Lights in the background. We arrived back in our room for 2.30 am and needed to be on board another coach at 8 am for a trip to the Blue Lagoon.