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We headed out early to see the church up on the hill and the spectacular views of the area. The church was closed but the scenery from up there was awesome. Then we headed to Reynidsdrangur Beach which was just to the right of where we were staying. The beach is cut off by the cliff so we explored it in two parts. The left site had huge rocks and boulders covered with algae but amazing ...
Rainy day in Reykjavik We brightened it with touring, a museum and what else, ice cream! Although it is not exactly balmy here - Reid seemed to have eating ice dream in Iceland on his bucket list, thus - we finally all obliged... We also fed some bread to the birds at Tjornin. The Icelandic birds are a little more aggressive than ours - and followed Garret and Reid all the way to city hall looking for more pieces of bread. Sadly, we also had to do some ...
... anger out on this instead, but a good rattle of the bunk bed keeps him quiet for 20seconds or so, that becomes my only chance to quickly try and sleep before he starts again. Right now I feel like quietly climbing down the ladder, gently picking him up in my arms and ever so neatly placing him onto the floor. Climbing back up to my top bunk. Standing on the edge of the bed and catapulting my self elbow first into his bollocks! Rant over! This better get ...
... 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 ...
It takes about forty-five minutes or so to get from one end to the other. When I got out, I discovered that my face was completely numb, but after a few minutes I was able to recover the use of my mouth and speak intelligibly. We walked back to the staging area, changed out of our space suits, and hit the road back to Reykjavik.
Meanwhile, Cindy and the kids had taken a slow morning and done some homework. (If you ...