Oh, how I long for the Icelandic summers. No darkness for a long time and it always feels so natural for me.
Thank you for breaking the ice.
Fuzzy but warm fuzzy. Everybody glowed after this intimate meeting of friends.
It’s green and it will be used in Iceland? What’s that? It’s a tent. Obviously. I will not be renting a tent because I’m bringing my own. And it will be a different tent. Very different.
You can be sure that I travelled every big, red line on this map. And I have seen more than every big, red line. The Westfjords are my favourite part of iceland and I’ll be going there again this summer.
Trip to Iceland. And back. But we’re not thinking about going back, yet. Because first we go. YEAH!
The documents of the flights from Amsterdam to Keflavík, and from Reykjavík to Ísafjörður are ready. The flights are booked. Now all we need is a boat crossing to Aðalvík and we’re ready to go hiking in the wild.
Please don’t make jokes about Icelandic money and your money being with Icesave.
National Geographic runs a #framewhatmatters website. They send you a PDF of a yellow frame which you print out. You then cut out the frame and take a picture through it. Having not taken a picture outside today I kept the frame in front of my monitor and took a picture of beautiful black Iceland rocks covered in snow.
I am having trouble getting the update to this Garmin map. I bought it online and that gave me a key which unlocks the update webpage. It’s not the Icelandic on the page (af því að ég skil íslensku). It’s that my Garmin go through the procedure and then nothing happens. Not what?