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... Some people distinguish between "hidden people", who are the same size as humans but invisible, and elves, which are humanoid but not human and can be as small as eight centimetres. Some people claim to be able to see and communicate with the hidden folk. Some people also claim to have had sex with elves, and there are even books which detail how to go about doing this. There are apparently gay and lesbian elves. There is an an Elf University in Reykjavik. One politician who is a ...
... it if i am in Japan.
Oh and one other thing about whales and how they taste. There is one or two unique notes... however it is really similar to really high quality stake. So I think it is not worth it if perple are ethical or feel guilty.
Blue Ling is great. Paired well with lobster. I would eat it again and again.
Cool so we went home after a little dessert.
Sunday 17th August 2014
... was expensive so I deleted some photos. In the line for check in I emptied my pockets and threw away my headphones from the bus tour. We boarded at 7.30 and were away soon after 8. Then I discovered that you needed headphones. I used Marie's set to watch some programs on Unique Iceland. Marie then watched the movie "Secondhand Lions" which she enjoyed. Dinner was available to purchase. I had 3 Icelandic ...
... pets. We averaged one dog a day and only one cat during the whole trip. However, we saw a postcard in the airport that said, "Cats rule Reykjavik" so maybe we got it wrong.
We never saw a car accident on the highways all through their highways in rural areas seemed to us dangerous. They are two lanes The highway shoulders are high and steep. A miss-step of driving off the paved highway and you are most likely a goner. The ...
Wore thermal leggings again today and the day started out cloudy and drizzling with rain. We stopped at a place where they had tapped the hot water bubbling up from the ground and ran it by pipes to provide heating for the nearest town. It was very impressive to see the water just bubbling away - with warning signs everywhere that even the steam from the hot water can burn. They had a greenhouse nearby where they grew tomatoes ...