Run in the Suzuki Midnight Run
This run takes place during the summer solstice each year. There are 3 distances to suit your needs.
It is Friday and it is time to go home already. We pack up and I check out. I told the desk clerk about our adventure in the hotel spa , his reaction was that of disgust and waved the 10. euro fee. Thank goodness! We drop the bags and head off to see Hronn for a visit then do a little last minute shopping. Our Grey lines airport transfer picks us up on time and we head out to the airport by 2:00.
I have some time to see if the challenge I set for us came in on budget. The goal was $1100. and we succeeded in doing this. Continue reading
Today (Yesterday) was nice.
That’s a great opening line… but it was nice. It didn’t start off that way though. I woke up around 5am and just messed around on the internet for a while until mom woke up. We went for breakfast, which was good, then she went for a run in the hail and sleet and came back. All good so far. Then we decided to go to the “wellness area” which is a hot tub, sauna and steam room (and a rack of weights…) and is 10 euro extra. We’re expecting nice things. Continue reading
As our flight touched down I hugged Hannah and said “your in Iceland “Our Icelandair flight landed on time and our day here in Reykjavik started at 6:50 am GMT. Geez Keflavik airport sure has got big in the past 3 years. You have to go through security again once you land then customs . I of course had to be swabbed for explosives and drugs, The look on my face was enough to prompt several apologizes. The line up was as big as those at Gatwick as I am sure 5 flights landed at once. Needless to say we were pretty happy that the airport transfer bus turned around and came back to get us and a lovely gentlemen came running to help us with our luggage. Continue reading
So one of my goals is to possibly spell Reykjavik right on the first try. It looks right in that sentence, but I’m not sure. I’ve spelled it Reykavik, Rejavik, Reyjavik, but Google always knows what I mean, so we’re all good.