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... the tourist information places we were told that a lot more snow has also fallen in the interior where my lot are hoping to go. It seems that there is so much snow there that no-one has any clear idea of when the roads might open. So it looks as if another trip to Iceland in the future might be our only chance to see the interior, will have to be peak season I suppose.As we travel around the country we find that there is a lots of information ...
... was quite nice but without the promised washing machine so Mark and i did a quick haphazard drive and located the single dry cleaners in Akureyri..... he was closing in 15 minutes and not reopening until Monday.
With what I like to think of as a sweet smile I managed to convince him to do the washing for us for an early pickup the next day - win!
I had it confirmed, there are no laundromats in Akureyri! But, knowing we ...
... were heading out to do a horseback riding tour, so we had to have warm clothes that weren't too tight from 17 days of over indulging! We traveled outside of town to a Guest House that offered riding tours. We were the only 2 from the ship, but there were some other tourists who were there when we arrived. We all got saddled up, which wasn't as easy as it sounds. I had figured STAYING on the horse would be the difficult part. Who knew that ...
... a bit of quirky history.
Oh yeah, by the way, I’ve been greeted by interesting reactions to my name – apparently, the Helgason family dates back to the settlement of Iceland in the 900s and I am asked if my family was from here (actually, we came from Norway in the 1860s). Icelanders are able to trace their families back to the 900s and are all basically related to each other somewhere down the line, so they ...
... little town in the north - 2nd largest city in Iceland. Quaint little shopping district - bought a few gifts then went for supper. The boys wanted to eat something different while they were Iceland, so Brett ordered whale, and Chris had horse meat. I know....pretty gross, sorry PETA. Myles and I had burgers.
Met up with Harpa, Oddny, Disa and Elin for coffee at Kaffe Limur. Nice to ...
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