Day 5 in Iceland and we are still in jet-lag extended-day-light haze which really adds to the dreamlike quality of this place. From milky blue water that could be flowing through Willy Wonka's factory to bright green mossy lava fields that could easily house a village of elves, this place is otherworldly.
We're currently in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland which has been appropriately dubbed a Cosmopolitan Village - the perfect blend of modern conveniences and variety along with the cozy feeling of a tiny mountain ski town, but on the water of course. The Icelandic people are warm, helpful and just a bit weird, in the best way possible. How else would they be knowing that their whole country is three-hundred thousand people, half the year is spent in utter darkness and the other half looks like 4pm almost 24/7.
Sunset landing in Reykjavik - 11:30pm
Jess and Cody at Keflavik airport, an eerie 1am twilight
Icelandic horse and his 80's rockstar hair
Not the best session, but Daize is the first to get wet in Iceland
Next up, the Blue Lagoon