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Nach einem sehr sonnigen Tag hat es sich zu heute in Goose Bay "Happy Valley" deutlich abgekühlt. Das Wetter ist aber für unseren Flug an die Südspitze von Grönland nach Narsarsuaq ganz passabel. Sogar mit etwas Rückenwind dürfen wir rechnen.
Wir werden von einem Woodward-Mitarbeiter pünktlich um 7:00 am Hotel North abgeholt. Schnell ist die …
Day 7 – Thursday 23rd August
The next day we had planned to go dog sledding, however, this had been cancelled due to bad weather on the Langjokull glacier. The dogs had been moved to Selfoss and instead of sledding on snow, you could sled on dry land which would not have been the same experience for us so we decided to …
... the biggest glacier in Europe is surrounded by magnificent mountains, slopes… the whole route to Ice-lagoon gives a feeling as if we are in heaven. Beautiful small villages, water-falls and meadows !!!
... the longer belt, and it so happened that none of the standers-and-waiters wanted any of it (the owners were presumably amongst all the crowds in the Duty Free - clearly alcohol in Iceland carries an enormous duty) so it all trundled off down the first belt, onto the second, and then simply hit a buffer on the far side and all cascaded onto the floor. By the time ours came out (Gray's was second last) there was a disorganised mountain of luggage all over the floor in ...
... and quite like other island nations! I dig it.
The next day we wasted time (walked around the city looking at sculptures and buildings) until the museum opened (10am). The National Museum was very cool (short history, as European nations go), and the building was, as are so many in Iceland, uber-modern and comfortable. We then headed out to catch a bus tour of the famous "Golden Circle", which included a 300km drive around ...
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