Ensku Husin Guesthouse
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... morning, if a little cool and Kaye managed to secure us good seats on the bus - 2nd from the front.,
There isn't a specific seat rotation just an honour system of not sitting in a seat you were in previously and so there is a rush to get to the front seats from thos of us who haven't managed to get there yet. I suppose it works well in that people are in a hurry to get to the bus and get their bags loaded early so they can pick ...
... the farm!
We took a short walk around the property looking for a lighthouse that Francois told us about that we never did find. The grass was wet and our shoes and socks were soaked by the time we got back to the house.
After a quick change, Mike ,Xenia and I headed to the local farmers market where we picked up some fresh strawberries, local ice cream and some smoked salmon. Xenia picked up some smoked cod for herself, which Mike and I later tried...it is a ...
... the KFC had been named restaurant of the year in Selfoss in 2003. I think that pretty much sums up Selfoss in a nutshell.
We took the scenic drive through Hvalfjordur which is about half way between Reykjavik and Borgarnes. We stopped to take a hike to Glymur waterfall...the highest waterfall in Iceland. The guidebook never mentioned that it was a two hour hike! Once the path disappeared we decided we had hiked far enough. We could see the falls in the ...
... think too much about what you forgot to bring or what catastrophe might occur, sometimes it's OK to let the time while away, uneventfully.
This was the start of our trip, our air travel to Amsterdam by way of Reykjavik.
I've never heard Icelandic spoken before. Quite a unique and beautiful language. I can't pick up on any words at all. It has the same sort of bouncy cadence as Polish but Adam couldn't understand it either.
... members and believes in the old pagan Gods such as Thor, Wodan and the forces of nature. Very friendly, warm and welcoming people though, who were more than willing to host us for a Q&A-session on their religion.
'Myth' #3: 'If you don't like the weather, just wait for 5 minutes.' I've seen this saying a million times before I came here and it couldn't be more true. I've been walking in the snow while the sun was shining on my face. ...