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... more like a town! No high rises, no 3 lane roads, just cute little buildings! We passed ever type of restaurant .... Mexican, Indian, Italian, Turkish, English and Irish pubs, French cafes and finally somewhere that sold Icelandic fish dishes that didn't cost £30 each!!! They weren't lying when they said food was expensive..... Sheeps head at the busstation for £5 did not appeal!! Geysir bistro was our end ...
... the building. Received our electronic wristbands that would allow us to lock and unlock our cubby, order our drinks , sparkling strawberry wine & Asti Spumante , at the swim up bar. It was very cold outside which only made it soooo nice to step down into that wonderfully warm and soft water. We walked right over to the swim up bar and received our frozen little nugget of algae that we will dip into the warm water and rub on our faces ...
Today we tried out the Reykjavik bus system and headed over to pickup the race kits and go out for a day of swimming at Laugardalsvollur pool.
The race kit pickup was well organized, with t-shirts for all of us and excellent goodies. In a sense, it was like a visit to Costco, as there were samples of popcorn, chocolate, Powerade and more. Salinda became an icon at registration as she ...
... if the Vikings were aware of the geological significance of the site they chose in AD 930. Iceland sits on the MidAtlantic Ridge, where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. This is the explanation for the extensive seismic and volcanic activity that goes on here. The huge cliffs uplifted by the bumping of these massive plates provided an amphitheater for sound. An official known as ...
... of things. Anyhow, Caleb now has a secret map of where the elves spend their time though he can only share the map with friends and family. The most eye opening thing I learned from Caleb was that on June 29th each year if you want to see an elf you must roll around naked in wet grass...darn we were just a few too late to participate. (Editors note: Multiple shots of the Icelandic drink Brennivin will ...