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... We slammed delicious dark beers all night dancing in the midnight sun to some heavy drum and bass music. Reykjavik is a radical place! After being awake for 40 hours running on beer fueled adrenaline weirdness, I finally caught a good nights sleep. Thank you delta airlines for the free eye mask and ear plugs. I was dead to the ...
A volcano could've erupted that didn't erupt in a 1000 years, killer whales could've popped up in the harbour of Reykjavik, Ryanair could've decided to fly to Reykjavik, Holland could've won the World Cup. It could've happened. All unique experiences that could have been. But they didn't..
What did happen was officially the worst june in more than 100 years in Reykjavik. Not for at least a century did it rain so much, did the sun shine so less as ...
... upfront) backing up the wrongful behaviour of their player.
He's living in an imaginary bubble of distorted reality and clearly there's something wrong with him. What the people of Uruguay should do to help him is to get him out of this bubble, not adding more layers to it. If even the president of your country (I mention him several times, because I still can't believe it) is talking with you and blaming everyone else except yourself, then ...
... it also costs 1000 ISK. Guidebook forgot to mention that!
The first thing we did when we got back was hop online and check the Icelandair website and check our flights. I found a Wall Street Journal article that explained that the mechanics led a 24 hour strike on Monday. If they didn't reach an agreement, they planned to strike again on Thursday. Our flights were on Wednesday. Once again, good timing was on our side.
After dropping ...
... in Iceland. We are provided a car, in this case a RAV 4 4WD, a GPS device, instructions on how to drive Islandic roads, and off we go. Highway 1 around the perimeter of Iceland is about 850 miles. Our itinerary was provided by Iceland Travel through Icelandair.
While Iceland is a high tech country with a well educated population, we expect there will be times when it will be impossible to send you a daily update of our ...