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... last hours in Iceland.
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Pic 1 - In a Glass House
Morning in the quaint little cabin they put us up in for the night. The living room is all gl************** cabin is about 4 rooms and all tiny and equally quirky!
Pic 2 - Around the Cabin
Funny decorations everywhere you look at this cabin.
Pic 3 - Around the Cabin
Pic 4 - Around the Cabin
All homes here seem to ...
... can be poisonous so to make it edible (and I mean that in the sense that it won’t kill you, not tasty edible), they burry it in the ground for months to get rid of the poison. There was definitely a smell of ammonia to it! Wendy quite enjoyed the taste and Merinda is proud that she tried it but is in no hurry to find more.
That evening we went to a comedy show titled “How to become an Icelander in 60 minutes”. It was quite a good show in which the ...
... So I hop out and try to get into the taxi but the driver can't get the door open! Should have been a warning! We both wrestle with the door a few minutes - the bus being on the way back up the hill by now for the rest of the group - and finally get it open. I'm in and seat belted and we are away.
So much for a sleep in. The one day we don't have to be somewhere early and I was awake before 7am. I guess I'm getting used to it. After a lazy breakfast and a chat with Frances and Anna, Frances drove us to the bus stop. From there we caught the bus into Reykjavik for a whale watching tour. We'd read the report about yesterday's tour, in which they saw minke whales and plenty of dolphins, which bode well for today. But I should've known when it started outing rain as soon as we got ...
... people winging about the cold. All I could think of was, didn’t you look to see what the temperatures of places that we were going to visit before you came away?
Not only did we see buildings of colour but also made out of a variety of materials. Some houses were what you would expect, made out of timber. Only a handful of what we could see was made out of brick, more were made out ...