Iceland: Day 0

I’ve often wondered, in a jet-lag-fueled bout of philosophical thinking, just what happens to those hours you lose crossing timelines on an eastbound flight. Do they just wait there, in limbo, until you fly back and regain them? Are they lost forever?¬† Does time compress (it sure feels like it!)?

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Iceland: Day 1

While I’m quite sure we left half a day on the plane, our first real day in Iceland is a beautiful sunny one. Blue skies and lovely warm weather.

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Iceland: Day 2

Heading north into the fjords north of Reykjavik, and visiting Glymur, the tallest waterfall in Iceland. Oh! And a local, secluded hot tub.

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Iceland: Day 3

  Mark woke up early this morning, stumbled out of bed and dug out the coffee-making supplies. WHich is when he discovered that the bottled water we bought was¬†sparkling water! Apparently it makes pretty decent coffee. Once you boil it, it loses its carbonation. I don’t drink the stuff, so I’ll take his word for […]

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Iceland: Day 4

Snafellsness Peninsula Skoggafoss, Eldborg, Gerduborg, SOuth shore, Arnarstapi, Snaefellsnesjokeull, Hellnar coast, Caves, Saxholl, Kirkjufellsfoss, Kirkjufell, Beserkerhruan, Bharnarhofn The western peninsula is often called “Iceland in Miniature” — glaciers, waterfalls, lava flows, rivers, farms, volcanoes, you name it, it’s here on Snaefellsnes. I was particularly looking forward to it, as it’s the location for my favorite […]

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