Loki 101 Guesthouse
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... museum in the afternoon, the Saga Museum. This is full of waxwork dummies depicting certain events in the Icelandic Sagas pertaining to the early settlers. An audioguide is included in the price and describes the events depicting in wax. Its fairly interesting and does a good job of teaching something of the early history of the country, but is far too small for the fairly high entry price.
After the museum, predictably it has started ...
... area, two of the earth's big tectonic plates meet - the North American and Eurasian Plates - forming a breathtaking landscape!
The resulting volcanic activity however has at times grounded and diverted Atlantic air traffic due to the engine damaging dust!
... popular and common thing to have sex in the lagoon, telling us its the real reason why the water is creamy white! Feeling sick we decided to leave but missed the bus. Fortunately the icelandic girls offered to drive us the 45 minutes back to Reykjavic. Soon became apparent Chasity, the older of the two sisters was keen for Daniel the american, finding it hard to talk about much that wasn't sex related. Revealing some weird stories in the process, like how ...
... and sundry spices on top sipped from a small cup
Second Course: Lamb shoulder, lamb filet, lamb sausage, Icelandic potatoes, first broccoli of the year and a bit of white rutabaga for accent. Garnish was lamb gravy and rhubarb jam
Dessert course: Strawberry ice cream, chocolate mousse-like dessert, chocolate garnish, Icelandic strawberry, a date and some crow berries -- an arctic berry.
With the meal you could have a flight of beers or wine. I chose the beer. ...
... you will gave a 2 hour wait as cabs are few and far between. I guess you. Won't sell too many transfers if you tell the truth that cabs are plentiful as there wee 2 dozen lined up in the ranks quayside. We got to the airport quite early but as we were travelling business class our bags were accepted and we were invited into SAS' lounge, where we hung out for 5 hours and chatted with some other departing cruise passengers until our flight ...