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... We have our Chief in charge, Arnold Faber who put this whole thing together. Arnold is from Canada and owns an Icelandic horse farm with about one hundred horses. Tammy found out about this Iceland trip at his farm when she and her friend Charlotte went there to ride the horses for a few days. Leo, who goes by Lee is Arnold’s son, he is a younger guy in his early thirties. Lee lives on the same farm as Arnold and has a wife and a couple of really ...
... all about the Cod Wars! We got to chatting with them as Vicki explained her Great Grandfather lived in Hull before going to Australia. They didn't know Campbell St! A few metres up the road was another Saga Museum, so we thought why not, and went in. The lady at the desk set us up with audio guides and rushed us in, as a family of 11 was about to go in, nice of her. It was a good museum, the audio walked one through 18 or so displays with lifelike wax models, clothing etc. and a ...
... should really be called My Delicious Pony. Now we're waiting for the sun to go down. It's currently 10:42pm and I still need sunglasses. Sunset is supposed to be 11:53 and sunrise is 3:01. No Northern Lights for us, we're visiting very close to the solstice in the Land of the Midnight Sun! Update: stayed up to watch the sunset and it's still plenty light at midnight (think early dusk). Would be even brighter if we didn't have a bank of low clouds moving ...
Our first taste of the real Iceland yesterday as we went on a tour of the Golden Circle. Although not very far from Reyjkavik, it seems to belong to a distant past, an isolated land of dark mountains and lava fields, of spiral clouds of steam rising everywhere from the geothermal fields and geysers gushing up through the cracks in the magma. In fact, the area is named Geysir, which gave its name to all the others in the world. Not far from here is the enormous Gulfoss, or ...
... to rub Aquaphor into my face at night to battle the constant windburn. It's gotten pretty pleasant the week or so though. As I type this I am actually not wearing thermals underneath my clothes which is a huge win.
Hope you all, wherever you are, are having a wonderful day. Hope you are enjoying reading this blog and getting a small glimpse into my world. I know that I certainly miss you and wish that I could tell you these things in person. Tata for now! -Hil