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Arrived in Reykjavik. Good flight with Icelandair in half empty plane.
Cabin crew trained by SAS (Scandanavian Airlines System not other) rather than Singapore Airlines. Efficient rather than attentive and grooming would have them in old Changi Goal.
Excellent airport, very Scandanavian, and then you walk out the door and realise …
We spoke to Hannah this morning and she asked whether Iceland is pretty.
Good question. Not pretty but spectacular. Particularly after today.
Everywhere was pristine and remarkable. Superlatives are hard to find to describe the country.
We joined a full day small bus tour of "The Golden Circle", a geo thermal area.
After a bitterly cold start to the day, trying to shop for souvenirs and with a wind that would threaten the Titanic, the day improved.
The Blue Lagoon. What do you say? An experience we will never have again.
First take your geothermal power station.
Second dig an enormous pool out of the lava so you can use the waste …
... how fast it actually was. It was RE-DONKULOUSLY fast. I then decided to zigzag at full acceleration.
The fog was getting worse and you couldn’t see 20m in front on yourself, which is ideal when you’re trying to flip 300kg motorbike with skis. As if this wasn’t enough I hit a rock on the way which sent us into a rocking motion at about 40mph.
I was split seconds away from bailing, leaving just Andy sat limply on the back, when it ...
... cold it might be better for us to walk and keep warm. I think my brain had frozen at this point so I agreed. About 5 minutes after we started walking we saw our bus pass us. You would have to imagine my unhappiness, but Subash kept my spirits up by making jokes and laughing at me.
We eventually arrived at our guest house. Not as cold as we had thought we would be, but I was tired. When you arrive at any destination, especially after the travels we’ve ...