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... They certainly have a uniquely handsome yet rugged look about them.
There were even a few really old houses that are all timber clad, and surprised they look so good in this weather.
All of a sudden it's midnight, and I don't believe it - there is a break in the clouds and behold the sky behind!
... a lift up the 75m high tower - thank heavens - there are no stairs. From here is a fantastic view over Reykjavik - in every direction. On our meander around the city we visited the sculpture Garden at the Einar Jonsson Museum, saw the exhibition at the National Gallery, and then walked ...
... we had a leader to help us throughout the process and improve our skills in the particular project.
Once I had touched down in Iceland I knew the time had come where I will meet the students from my expedition and as well as the leaders. A moment which I had thought about since I ever applied. Once I got out the airport our film leader Paul Murray attended me and brought me to the rest of the group that had arrived too. Once ...
... morning. The girl in the flybus window was extremely rude when I went to ask her questions about when my bus is coming. But never the less the bus arrived and I was on my way to blue lagoon - my first stop in Iceland.
OMG, it is really cool! Outside is cold but the water is so warm and the blue color just made it so magical. I loved the surroundings of volcano mountains. The welcome drink is excellent. ...
... know it is time for the Northern lights tour.
Everyone kept on saying this whole tour you may not see the Northern lights, it is not certain. To see them you need aurora activity plus a clear sky-sometimes hard in Iceland when it snows. I kept on saying to everyone that I would see them. I just felt positive about it-for some reason, deep in my heart, I just think I knew I would see them and we did! There are no words to describe the feeling you get. The colours aren't visible ...