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Saturday Aug. 15th
We flew from Toronto to Keflavik, Iceland arriving about midnight. It was raining and had been for quite awhile as the tarmac was full of puddles.
We took a cab and along the way asked afew questions e.g. You cannot turn right on a red light and all restaurants are smoke free which suits me just fine.
... through rivers, and they are covered with rocks and unpaved! It was a rough but an adventurous go! We are glad we did it but are not sure we could venture into too many more of these!
After the Ice Cave we drove through more amazing scenery and spent the evening in Borngarnes - - a town of a couple of thousand about an hour north of Reykjavik. It was a lovely fjord-side town and we had delicious baked goods for an afternoon snack.
... head into Reykjavik. By the way "Vik" means bay in Icelandic. And Rekja means smoky. That's because when the Vikings landed here from Denmark it was very foggy. Hence the name "smoky bay!"
Right now it is about 50 degrees at 2.30am. And strangely there is very little wind. So it is already a much kinder, gentler Iceland experience for us.
Now we need to make ourselves get ...
... were measured by how many pairs of shoes it would take. Their sheep were their greatest asset and everything was used, woven wool became a currency, the milk was used for dairy products, even the bones were used as flotation devices for fishing nets. Listening to all this, it's hard to imagine why they stayed in Iceland.
We spot a ship's bell with Grimsby Town engraved on it. With Steve being from Grimsby, this warranted closer ...
... walked down one of the splits. This area is where they filmed some scenes of the Game of Thrones.
We then moved from there to the capital. Had lunch and went onto the Blue Lagoon. Here we soaked in some mineral springs from the ocean. The water is heated 2 kms down. Rejuvenating Cocoon mud was liberally applied to our bodies for the process. I was thinking of suing them for false advertising. After ...