Ensku Husin Guesthouse
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... And to have a night where multiple waves of the aurora were visible many times across the sky was impressive even to them! It was breathtaking, humbling, and wonderful! We were positively dancing on the deck with excitement. Richard got to cross one off his bucket list and I was able to see something I had only dreamed of. Mission accomplished!!!!
Tomorrow we pack to head home -- tired but so thrilled at our fun adventure!!
Hello everyone, we have had a wonderful 2 days in Greenland. We entered from the east coast travelling down Prince Christian Sound heading toward the west coast. We were very lucky to have a beautiful day with sunshine , no fog and no large icebergs blocking the entrance to the Sound. It is very scenic with high mountains on either side and lots of glaciers. A few ice bergs were around but not too many. The captain did a ...
... for a while, but after hours of it, my interest in lava waned. A small church on the shore beckoned, and we took a detour. It was very old, and built in an area which has been populated since very early times. Life here must have been extraordinarily difficult for the early settlers. It is hard enough now. The church had stunning views out to sea, and some ancient artefacts, including a silver chalice from about 1300. It had a history... including ancient ...
OK so today is our last full day in Iceland and we're sad, but ready to come home and see our families we're lonesome. We did have to drive about two and a half hours this morning to get back to Reykjavik but first before we go to far we just had to wash our car. It was awful so we found a gas station and pulled our the hoses and gave the Pathfinder a bath.
Outside the museum there was a memorial to sailors to reflect how hazardous their job was. They showed this with a map of Iceland showing where the ships had been sunk. A list down the side of the map gave the nationality of the ship and how it was lost (fire, iceberg, ran aground, etc. etc.). There have been hundreds of ships lost off the coast. One of the maps showed the amount of shipping lost to the Germans during ...