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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík
... of what it would be in the states. So mom was thrilled and bought a bunch of yarn. I found a cute shop that was selling some hammered gold earrings so I bought those. Then we walked around and ate a hotdog from the Baejarins Beztu Pylsur stand which was amazing, then later on we stopped by Tiu Droppar for a hot drink and a sandwich. Today the sun was hidden behind some clouds so it was the perfect day to relax and enjoy a hot mocha. Since its the end of our trip I ...
... until 1:40 and then gave up being polite obedient sheep and went and asked again. Oh yes, the Faroes flight. Yes, that was delayed for seven hours, but if we wanted to, we could leave our luggage in a heap in the freight shed along with everyone else's, and please would we be back for check-in at 8:45?
Aaaaargh!!!! The flight's original ETA was about 5pm, and we have an hour's drive from the airport to our guesthouse, on the ...
... time for goodbyes just before I went through security. Anne-Maria seemed to be very upset to see me go so I assured her not to worry and that I would be back soon enough, I still had lots to see in Canada! Toronto had been a great ending to my travels and was definitely a good way to enjoy some home comforts without the realities of home for a couple of weeks!
As I hadn't eaten since lunch with Alyssa, I stopped at the Tim Horton's to buy ...
... but the people are crazy! But don’t get me wrong they are crazy in every
good way possible.
I’m thinking of going back to Reykjavik as
there is still so much I have not seen yet. I would love to go visit the volcano’s,
and go to the glacier sites.
For people who love nature and totally want to
go national geographic on themselves I would say yes to Iceland!
... for the British Hairdressing Awards with her and we get on well. The next stop is a geyser called Stokkur which has erupted every 5 minutes since 1945! We have a look round the museum about the volcanoes and geysers in Iceland before heading out to wait for the next eruption. We hear people screaming on the way so we must have just missed one. We stand behind the barrier and wait and wait. These 5 minutes feels like forever so we start chatting again and unbelievably the few ...