It’s Thursday evening and I am attempting to blog about something interesting. No can do. It’s almost 9p.m. and I’m beat. I’m tired and I don’t feel like talking about food today. I’m in the middle of moving.
Packing, moving and organizing and everything that goes with the process sucks… the life right out of me. I keep getting distracted as I attempt to come up with a topic. I found myself looking at pictures from my trip to Iceland with my friend Karin this past November. The trip was all my idea. It was an adventure I had always hoped one day I would live out. My main point of interest was to attempt to see the Northern Lights. Karin jumped on board and it was a trip I will always remember fondly.
Iceland is a very beautiful place, with beautiful people that have incredible sweet tooth’s. I fit right in and happily fell off the no-sugar wagon for a week of chocolate-covered-everything bliss. Candy was everywhere. The food was eh. Nothing too memorable except a bowl of creamy tomato soup in a enormous bread bowl. There was a big pat of butter melting as I lifted the top of the bread to expose the yummy soup. The steam of the soup put an instant smile on my face or maybe it was the margarita. Hmmm. I don’t know if it was the fact that it was especially cold and windy that particular day but that soup was magical and satisfying.This is Karin and me on the black sand beaches of Vik. We hit every element nature threw our way that day.
Sunshine, rain, snow and wind. While driving through the country of Iceland you will come across many waterfalls, wild horses and lots of vast open country. I found the scenery to be breath taking and serene.We are “Cool Americans” in Iceland or least the Doritos people think so. Yes, I eat them once in a while!! And I search for the cheesiest one in the bag!
This is the two of us on one of the windiest days of our trip.Why does Karin look so good and I am holding on for dear life? I was frozen, so cold!! The waterfall behind us is the Gulfoss waterfall. It is Iceland’s most famous waterfall and one of the natural wonders of the world. It is also by far Europe’s most powerful waterfall. Yes, I am wearing three hats.
I could go on and on about my trip. Such an amazing experience I will never forget. It is fun traveling with a friend who becomes an even better friend at the conclusion of your trip. We laughed, we cried…seriously we did. And I did get to experience the Northern Lights as well. We’ll talk more food soon people, I promise.
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