Iceland - Journal entry 4
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of the gods â€“ godafoss was pretty pretty! The feet were killing me! And it was
a bit chilly, but some cold rice and warm creamy (?!!) mushroom soup warmed us
up before crawling into our tent. The fact that no one came around for money
was a nice welcome for another day. Although it rained a bit in the morning at
6:30 (our first Icelandic rain! Yes!) we had a pretty nice day in Akureyri,
coming into the second biggest â€˜cityâ€™ in
I like yum Icelandic food.
I like making friends with Icelandic peeps and people were throwing money at me for poi! 277 kronur, thatâ€™s like over six dollars just for playing, I feel itâ€™s the first money Iâ€™ve earnt from it outside of the 20eu cent at Werchter.
Poi and juggling has turned out to be a great way to meet kids and big kids.
Weâ€™ve said goodbye to our travelling friends, it was great to meet them and get to know them.
We really have seen some absolutely beautiful fantastical incredible things. I think jokulsarlon is really something we wont see anywhere else. The silence there was great, no cars, no evidence that people exist, just the sounds of birds diving into ice cold water and the creaking, cracking, falling and splashing of the icebergs.
The geothermally active areas and lava fields are really other worldly. I had never walked through a tunnel formed by molten rock before. Iâ€™ve seen so much here that makes me think that when people try to design they can never hope to achieve anything like the awesomeness in nature, it definitely is inspirational though.
the second largest city outside of