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... stay warm! Many people continued to live that way even up to about fifty years ago.
15. When the first Vikings arrived there were no indigenous people living in Iceland. The only mammal was the Arctic Fox. Fish and birds were plentiful but no people or other animals.
16. Iceland has gone from living like pioneers to being completely modern and technical in the space of about thirty years.
17. Although Iceland was ...
... planning on going back to school this fall. His response was that after a trip like this, I shouldn't be so sure that that's what I'll do, as expeditions like these tend to open people's eyes up to other possibilities in life. So maybe I'll become a homeless vagabond drifting the earth in search of adventure, moving on to poorer and poorer countries as my bank account dwindles. We'll ...
... yummy accompaniments and James had lamb various ways. For pudding we shared a white choc cake with caramel, buttermilk icecream and red berry sauce. One of the best puddings I've ever had! We meandered back to the hotel via the real ale pub which again we'd seen on Sunday evening. Obviously a hangout for the cool kids. James however was not all to impressed when asking what the darker ale was? He got directed to a pale ale.... Hmmmmm no! Early night now as alarm is set for 4am..... ...
... of window if I press my face up against the back of his chair. So after watching both The Grand Budapest Hotel and Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, I lifted the shade and squashed my face up to see what I could see. Now I'll tell you the amazing thing! I looked out the window to find the always beautiful Big Dipper, and while I was gazing at my most favorite of constellations, what did I spy, but the Northern Lights!!!! They were faint, but they were definitely there! ...
... day, warm (ish), blue sky and very clear. We could even see across to a small glacier in the distance. Random things along side the road here - cut out sheep! The landscape was grey, brown, green and so interesting - surrounded by mountains, volcanos and the sea. Even some Icelandic horses hanging out in the fields. The National Park Thingvellir is a UNESCO world heritage site and the gap between Europe and America, this is where you can dive! There was a car park for the ...