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... gets their own separate doona (even if you are a couple sharing a double bed.) Is there something in this?
The next day as we continued along Route 1 - known as the Ring Road - that we had been traveling for 10 days now, we passed by a farm like so many other farms you drive by on the ring road. But what makes this farm unique is the presence of a natural spring that produces carbonated water.
We pulled into the gravel road ...
... s stop at a bakery.
Regarding food, the closest grocery store is at least an hour away. The food labels are written in Icelandic, so we have to go off the packaging. Eating lots of veges and carbs (pasta, bread, etc.). Surpisingly, the fruits and vegetables are delicious here! So much more flavorful and fresher than what we get to buy at home. We have cooked some great vegetarian meals. You would dig it, Teri! And the Icelandic yogurt, Skyr, is so ...
A long driving day today - about 7 hours through to Snæfellsnes Penninsula and a mixed bag weather wise. We started out from Akureyri at about 9.30am and the streets were almost empty. It seems most people don't get moving until at least 10am here which suits me fine. It was 2.5 degrees and raining in Akureyri but by the time we got into the nearby mountains, the temperature had dropped down to -1 degree and ...
... the day, several times during our travels we have seen painted rocks, sometimes they have been for sale in the stores and that makes some sense, however, there have also been other times, many other times, when we have seen the painted rocks used as yard decorations. Most of them are nicely painted but it's just not something we see too often in the US.
So for now love to all,
Day 2 on the road. This is our second day at Guesthouse Kast. The radical light blocking measures seem to have done the trick. We had a typical Continental Breakfast and got on the road to Budhir to see one of the oldest wooden churces in Iceland.
What a lovely setting in a windswept coastal plain with Bjarnesfoss waterfall for a backdrop. An all black church is unusual enough to be really striking here. We took ...