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... br> I read they move apart about an inch or two every year.
Pic 24 - Camo Geese
Some baby gees in tow but hard to see.
Pic 25 - Bub
A really old gravestone we found just off the path.
Pic 26 - Waterfall
Even the small waterfalls look cool!
Pic 27 - Flag
A nice clear shot of the Icelandic flag.
Pic 28 - Downtown Reykjavik Apartment Hotel
Welcome to room 200. Our room for the night!
... bottom of the volcano out of the wind!! That concluded our day trip of the golden circle.
On our final day in Reykjavik, we went to the Blue Lagoon, a natural thermal pool. It was strange getting into our bathers and then walking outside where the temperature is about 2° but much colder with with wind. We then spent the next few hours relaxing in the lovely warm water, even having a silicon face mask. Getting out was very tricky as we were so warm and the air was ...
... door and says Volcano? and I nod. I throw the money at the driver as she grabs my arm and we run through the airport! She hands me a small ticket which is my boarding pass and yells GATE 3! and points. I run out the back door and down the walkway to gate 3 where a man comes out and says "relax and enjoy it" and I ...
... in the middle of some hippy pub playing soothing music and burning incense in Reykjavik. The atmosphere wasn't helping. And every time I looked at David he was just sitting on his beer. He wasn't in any hurry at all. Eventually I told him I'd meet him outside. It was freezing but at least I was awake. I walked up and down the street a few times before he emerged, then we headed to the bus stop. Twenty minutes and a few showers of rain later, we were on our way home. Ian met us at ...
... got back to the ship and had a late lunch.
Geoff as had a couple of mishaps on this trip and I’ve come to the conclusion that he can’t go to the hairdressers by himself and he can’t go to the toilet by himself. That story can’t really go on the blog, but is hilarious. Now, we had fallen asleep and on waking I left the cabin telling Geoff where I would be. He was going ...