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... building that is used for the old retired seamen. From what I can figure, it must be like our assisted living facilities. That impressed me!! We stayed overnight in port and left the next day at a little past noon. Many fjords punctuate the 3,008 mile long coastline, which is also where most settlements are situated. The island’s interior, the Highlands of Iceland, is a cold and uninhabitable combination of sand, mountains and lava ...
Wanted to get a few things written down while I still remember them and before we pass out for the day! Our plan to sleep on the whole plane ride did not really pan out - so we're running on about 2 hours of sleep today! It's almost 10 o clock and it's as bright as day still - so weird! It feels like we've done so much already (probably due to lack of going to bed)- - Landed at 6:30 am - Spent the morning at the Blue Lagoon which included ...
... geothermal vents
-There are lupins EVERYWHERE; according to our driver, they were brought over from Alaska and have since spread like wildfire; they're very pretty, but supposedly toxic to sheep
-Icelanders are VERY attractive; both genders; seriously, not kidding
-Food is crazy expensive here
-A majority of Icelanders still believe in elves and trolls
-The Althingi, the national Parliament of Iceland, is the oldest ...
... I have no pictures of the pools. They had signs all over the place telling you that cameras are not allowed without a license to film. The Icelandic signs, I of course could not read, said something about YouTube so I am guessing they don’t want that either. So, we do the pool thing, come out refreshed and we are ready for the day!
Cleaned up and anxious to start sightseeing, Arnold starts us off with a great lunch at the Perlan ...
... The lake lies in the rift plane. One views the narrow rift from a precipice above and then can walk down a narrow path through part of the rift. There is a river with a significant waterfall below also. This is also a very historic spot as the country's early settlers first met here over a thousand years ago to decide on laws of governance and to settle disputes. Once per year representatives from various regions set up "booths" ...