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... awhile freezing and taking pictures of ourselves freezing waiting to see whatever we were suppose to see. We got a hot chocolate with peppermint schnapps and a slice of carrot cake , $36 later! We went outside and explored the are with a flashlight. Founds some steps that took us to a black sand beach! Who knew?! Even though we could see so many stars in the dark sky, no northern lights :( Gulla said maybe well try tomorrow night. Back to hotel by ...
... Airport, is the largest airport in Iceland and the country's main hub for international transportation. It is situated 3.1 km west of Keflavik and 50 km south-west of Reykjavík. The airport has three runways, of which two are operated, and ...
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 ...
... empty. And bathing area also empty! Great idea to come early in the morning!! Dotted around are pots of silica mud that you can use on your body as an exfoliant. You slather it on and wait 10 minutes for it to dry, before washing it off. I actually felt quite smooth afterwards. I found a nice quiet spot to sit. I'm not good at relaxing. I'm always on the go, doing something, thinking about something, ...
... lunch we met Gummi (pronounced Goo-mee), who will be our guide for the next ten days. He speaks great English with almost no accent, having lived in the US when he was younger. As we traveled around we would learn that not only was he conversant with the history and geology of his country, but he seemed to know the name of every farm and the history of its inhabitants. Tim and Jeanette Friesen are our ...