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So, here we go again... we got up at a slightly ridiculous time this morning, 3:45, to catch the flight from Bristol to Reyjkavik. Tiring, but worth it for the big pluses of getting being able to fly from Bristol and to get Iceland before 9:00 in the morning. We had one heavy hold luggage, 20 kg, which was about 30% food as we had heard how expensive food is in Iceland.
Flight was fine, bit bumpy negotiating the trade winds, ...
... we would be driving through mountains that may take longer than retracing our steps from the day before. But after speaking with the lady in the hotel she reassured us that we will travel up a long valley between two mountains. And so it was. We were down in the Hünafjordur in no time. Well at least half an hour. Cruising along looking at the lambs and the new foals, when Vicki checked her app (she hadn't used it for a while) and we discovered we were at the ...
... not really live up to the hype. But it was very dramatic and Mark and the girls walked up the very gravely (lava) Saxhóll Crater.
That night we had fun at the local very basic pub where i had all the local males incredulous with my interest, reasonable knowledge and cheering in the Barcelona match - they didn't win ��
Back at the hostel Ev and Maddi had their own room which was nice for them - interesting ...
... at marked grave of heroine of ancient local saga 2) walk up mountain to chapel ruins at the top without saying a word or looking back 3) once at the ruins face east while wishing, and never tell your wishes. Google Helgafell to get more info. Quite interesting. We all made it--even the boys.
On the drive home, an Arctic Fox ran across the road in front of us. We watched it bound over the snow covered lava fields. The Artic Fox is the ...
... is such a cold, crisp, pure blue color--different from other oceans we've seen. But the wind--oh my!-- it sure does blow. Olivia and I were trying to figure out the code to unlock the front door of the house and were literally being blown away--like having a hard time staying in one place. Crazy! The skies around our house are clear tonight--so we are hoping to have to brace the cold to catch the Northern ...