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Und der Tag X ist da. Wir fliegen nach Island. Mit dem Zug gehts von Brig nach Domodossola. Erstmals Gelati in Domo; so zum Ferienstart muss das sein. Mit dem Bus gehts dann auch bald weiter nach Malpensa. Dort angekommen, bin ich erstmal so ziemlich überrascht. Die Flughafen-Toilette hat sich in einen weisseren, gepflegteren, gekü …
Skaftafell National Park is a portion of the Vatnajokull ice cape about an hour south from our guesthouse in Hali. We only had time for a quick haunt on the ice as we had a 5 hour drive ahead of us to get to Keflavik by the evening. It is also the site of a number of films - you didn't think that had ended did you? The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (the himalayan scenes); Interstellar (the ice planet and the explosion on the ice ...
... They're pretty cute and shaggy. Oh and the Islandis eat them. I really want to try some! Whale and puffin are also a part of the diet here. I hope that I get to try some before I leave.
Peter is coming to visit next weekend and we are going to explore Reykjavik and maybe hike out to another waterfall. I can't wait!
Hope you all are doing well and that I'll hear or see from some of you soon! As always pictures are attached!
... place and had lobster soup, cod skewer and some grilled whale. The food was seriously excellent. The Cod was so fresh it melted in your mouth like cotton candy. The whale was good as well. The walk back to the hotel was as windy as we have ever experienced. At one point, Carol was being blown backwards and Jim was just treading and trying to keep Carol from blowing away. We made it back, showered and collapsed into our bed at about 9:30. Two days excitement squeezed into ...
... food. We
wandered up and down the streets but simply did not find anything that was
truly Icelandic and so continued on and finally came out at a wonderful iced up
This lake is permanently iced over but is also the home to a large
number of ducks and swans. In order to keep the birds here a section of the
lake has hot water pumped into it and so this of course melts the ice and gives
the wild birds an area of water ...