I know I will enjoy my time here over the next two weeks and absolutely will continue to promote this everchanging landscape of opportunities and experiences you can have here in the Land of Fire and Ice. I will, however, as I have evolved, as has the world, give new perspective to how I will promote it. I am glad I went through the “screening” process to get in, so I know how to explain how things are done now, but I write this piece from a bit of exhaustion, so perhaps, the thoughts are not as coherent and focused, but on the future and may happen, and yes, some very good things came out of this pandemic for me. With a full week’s worth of new experiences here in Iceland for next week’s edition, I will have much more to share with you and by then, I will have gotten over jetlag, at least that is my hope.
Tomorrow, we will continue our exploration of the Snaefellsness Peninsula, which by the way, was the first place in Iceland I ever did see puffins in their natural environment, those many years ago and of course, they have left for the season a long time ago. Never fear, I will be going to the Westmann Islands to see the rescues later in this trip, along with time in the north in Akureyri, Husavik and Myvatn, as well as Reykjavik proper and then the south for a few days, as well and excited to share those experiences in the posts and Facebook Lives I will be doing. I know being back here will grow on me as the time moves forward and the new experiences, like getting to ride an Icelandic horse, zipline and do a Food Walking Tour, as well as a beer bath are enjoyed. No, you can’t drink the beer in the pool, but I am sure there are opportunities to do so while there, in any case.
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Weathering the Storm with the Wandering Puffin