A picture Mr. Chokkattu took of me while we were on a kayak.
This will be my last post explicitly about Iceland!
So we all know now that I adored the country of Iceland, and I want to go back some day really, really badly, with maybe a job long enough to support me for a few months or just some more cash in my pocket. And that the scenery is beautiful and the landscape breathtaking, etc. But I have to share some of the specifics I jotted down. Some of them are important, some of them are surprising, some are less about Iceland and more about trips in general, and some are pretty stupid but whatever they seemed important enough to write down at the time. This list is a little long, so let’s get started:
After the mild debacle the other night, we woke up bright and early and headed to Myvatn under the advisement of the two young women we had met the day before even though we had planned to skip it because of the time we lost. Also as a result of the night before and how lovely and helpful everyone was, we decided to pick up two hitchhikers heading to Dettifoss as we were going to drive in that general direction to Myvatn anyway.
They were a couple that met in Sweden at a landscaping and architectural school, a young man from France, and a young woman from the Czech Republic and beyond comparing our experiences in school (it costs too much, and you learn way more working) and discussing summer employment in Iceland (they both worked at Jokulsarlon, him a boat guide, and her a waitress at the cafe), they recommended us head to the Nature Baths in Myvatn, which is similar to the famed Blue Lagoon except much less expensive.
Hope you all had a good Christmas and did something as relaxing as a nature hike with your family…
…risky as eating raw oysters at a Chinese buffet…
And I hope you spent time with friends…
And ate some bangin’ food :3
I love lightning on the road. It’s as if someone took a hot knife and carved a line through the sky and the highway glows periwinkle and the lights surrounding flash just a little brighter for a second. Thunder just adds to whatever music I’m playing at the time.
Actual rain on the other hand tends to be kind of a drag. Silly northwest New Jersey and their random night squalls. Trying to kill me and shit.
I took this picture a few years ago in Germany. It’s on my Deviant Art account, lol.
I much prefer listening to the rain in the comfort of my own home. And also through Rainy Mood.