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Today we took an 8 hour tour around parts of Iceland. It was very interesting. Did you know that there are 300 active volcanos in Iceland? Only 30 of them are really active. Also between 1979 and 1993 they recorded over 24,000 earthquakes. Crazy! The landscape here is amazing. It appears as though they cannot grow anything here but the amazing ...
... doesn’t leak; this constricts the carotid artery and also makes it impossible to swallow without rupturing your Adams apple. Thus equipped, I was first into the water. Nice and warm, and then I put my face under the water. That was real cold for about fifteen seconds, and then I couldn’t feel it any more.
Because the suit is full of air, you’re extremely buoyant, which is a nice way of saying encumbered. Here it ...
... trundled our decidely unhappy suitcases to the other side of the road to the bus stop. Flagged down the first bus and he said - not me - you should be on the other side of the road. No way I shouted, that's what the other guy told us. He shrugged, we got off the bus and he drove off. The next bus came along and it had HLEMMUR on it - Phew!! We got on, but then discovered that he wouldn't give change and that Kaye didn't have the proper money, we scrambled between ...
... their ice cream, but we found them to taste a bit...off. Same would be true of the beers as well. Glad we tried them, but, not lining up to have them again.
Funny enough, the farmhouse had two English language DVDs available, and Hunger Games was one of them. So, we were able to finish the movie we started in Vik. Well, technically we finished it twice since we had it on Sunday night and Monday night. We'd all rather watch that movie twice than watch Avatar at all.
... the birds were merely mallards, not the infamous Icelandic Puffins. Our only opportunity to view a puffin on this trip might be a cooked one on our plate in a Reykjavik restaurant unfortunately. Hungry for lunch, we descended upon the town of Arkanes along the seaside. Being a small town, we could not locate any restaurants, but did manage to find a supermarket and a Subway. While we would favor local cuisine over Subway ...
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