This is our last full day in Iceland. As I blogged about a few days ago, Iceland is vast. I’ve frequently used this word when describing Iceland to others.
Iceland is also small moments and quiet corners.
Small, welcoming lodging.
Lovely breakfast settings.
Charming kaffi shops.
Delightful conversations with delightful people
Small churches in which to sit for a few quiet minutes.
Moments of exuberant joy.
And of course, ice cream.
“As soon as I saw you, I knew a grand adventure was about to happen.” Winnie The Pooh.
5 thoughts on “rhythm of the days”
I am so grateful that you have these moments. You deserve it!
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Your blog posts keep getting better and better, this is an excellent one! Has the Iceland chamber of commerce contacted you yet about making atravel brochure for the yet?
Your picture of “companionship” is outstanding.
It must be a bit disappointing for this Iceland adventure to come to an end. I’ve loved the opportunity to travel along, seeing the beautiful country through your terrific photos and learning more about this splendid piece of planet Earth. There’s disappointment from your blog followers also, as the journey ends.
Your contrasting (large to small) is brilliance.
As Rick said, we followers are experiencing “leaving” as well. Thank you so much for taking us along.