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Sadly, it's our last day of the trip. Happily, our flight doesn't leave until 4pm, so we have another morning of fun! We packed up our luggage, hopped in the car and spent the morning exploring Reykjavik. First, we got a great breakfast at Prikid. We read about Prikid on a Reykjavik blog and found that they are known for "The Hangover Cure" breakfast, so of course Jarred had to try it. The Hangover cure consists ...
... in 1944. Previously they were ruled by the Norwegians and the Danish and then occupied in World War II by the British and Americans, all of these cultures have heavily influenced this small island nation.
They are a society that have been a trail blazer in campaigning for women rights, gay rights and human rights in general. Iceland had the first lesbian president and openly gay head of state. Jóhanna Sigurđardóttir, governed the country from ...
... gloves, head covering, and scarves. Compared to August in Oklahoma it feels freezing. I can't believe this is summer to these people!!! But - we are still loving the experience even though it is cold.
Speaking of weather - it doesn't bother the Icelanders in the slightest! They just go with it rain, wind, or shine. Everyone has the right clothes. Yesterday we even saw a family sitting outside in the rain while having a ...
After three sea days, we were very much looking forward to placing feet on land. Unfortunately, on Day 10, we experienced some rough seas, with "swells" of six metres. We knew it was bad when the barf bags were out beside every elevator. I was fine (surprise) but Owen was a little grey. Because of the heavy seas and poor weather forecast, the Captain decided to skip ...
What a drama. Flew Iceland Air. At the airport we had 4 bags but came in under our luggage allowance in weight only to be informed that we cannot have more than 2 bags between us regardless of weight. We had all our camping gear to take. We ended up pulling packs apart, opening the camping box, shoving what extra we could into it and taping it back up then taping out 2 backpacks together to count as one and carry the rest on board, Thank god ...