Okay, for those of you still at your computer, you can obviously handle the fallout, so here goes! Visiting Iceland was not at the top of my bucket list. In fact, it wasn’t even on my bucket list. It was on my sister Lynda’s bucket list.
I’m a fraud! I think the minimum sentence for fraud is 2 years. Is hope I can get home confinement.
Oops!!! I got a little carried away with the sibling rivalry thing. Won’t happen again; at least not until the next joint venture.
At this point in my blog it's obvious I can’t get enough of Iceland. I certainly didn’t get to see enough of Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavik. We barely scratched the surface of this beautiful culturally and politically diverse harbor town. But then again, neither did the early settlers trying to eke out a living on the hostile terrain of this isolated island. We missed the museums, the galleries, and the festivals.
formations while the clean vault lines give viewers a sense of an ice cave. This church is truly a testament to Iceland’s natural resources and architectural genius.
It's a wide, wide wonderful world out there. There's no question Iceland is very close to the top of my list of destinations and close to the top of our world!