I’ve come to Iceland for 8 days of work, which is really play, as my job this week is to set up and then guide a trip for some of Delta Airlines most valued clients. I arrived Monday morning and the group arrives Friday morning. My challenge—create an unforgettable 72-hour experience for 18 or so people who have never been to Iceland before. My plan—to fill our days with whale watching, Super Jeep tours, white water rafting, horseback riding, and finally, the Blue Lagoon Spa. Oh, and there’s a surprise at the end that’s pretty awesome. It’s going to be one truly amazing adventure. There will be FB posts and tweets along the way, so stay tuned!
Posted by ExplorerJosh on 06/21 at 06:08 PM
I’m intrigued. Can’t wait.
I envy those people. Plate tectonics is interesting to me. I love viewing maps of the sea floor. That’s because I would never go there lol. I had a great many of them before my old hard drive crashed. Now I can’t remember where I found them all. The BBC production of ‘Blue Planet’ was the most glorious of that series for me.
I adore your photo of the junction of the American and European plates. It’s fascinating to see above sea level views, and also it is a beautiful photo. Very artistic.
P.S. Can you see the Northern Lights in the midnight sun? Seems like a silly question doesn’t it.
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