Two cancelled flights, one overnight drive to D.C., an a five hour flight to Reykjavík, Iceland. We never gave up. At 2am we were greeted with big smiles, a great dinner, and surprisingly a moderately bright sky. While eating dinner we were briefed by our wonderful tour director Austin about the day ahead. Once we finished dinner, we were taken to our cabins, not too far from the dining area. We immediately felt at home. To the right there was a little kitchen and a table. To the left, two twin beds were positioned against the wall. In the back of the cabin were two rooms which both had two twin beds. All of the beds had duvets and fluffy pillows that kept us comfortable and warm in the cold Icelandic weather. Although we did not get much sleep, that was the first and best night we spent in Iceland.
Writers: AR and MS