Soupys Travel's Guestbook



9th September 2019

What a great trip!
Susan, It was so nice to meet you. You have done an excellent job capturing your week in Iceland! You have a lot of great information for anyone thinking of doing a trip to Iceland. Once I get caught up from our trip I want to check out your blog of Croatia, and probably Greenland too! We had 3 sunny days after Sindri dropped us off in Borgarnes! We spent a day on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, a day at Landmannalaugar and a final day and a half back in Reykjavik. Can't wait to see what your next trip will be!
10th September 2019

Sunshine in Iceland!
3 days???? Figures. And Cecilia & Nat went to see the Northern Lights Sunday eve and they said it was spectacular. Glad the rest of your trip went well.
31st August 2019

Great trip!
Sue - thanks for all of the information and wonderful photos! It looks like a 3 week adventure in all the unusual places. Looking forward to your next trip!
31st August 2019

enjoying your blog entries
Sounds like a beautiful place! Some of the history books pass fables/tales of Irish Hermit Monks who journeyed to and arrived prior to the vikings.Their bee hive like structures are said to still be found in remote areas near hot springs. The Celtic Culdee Church records these in their record.Point of interest.The Culdee is an early Celtic religious community-very mystical and contemplative in which men and women monks formed monastic communities.Very simular to cathar in France. Do not think their Iceland community survived, but possibly monumental ruins exist.Stay warm!
31st August 2019

Response
Did not see any of those types of structures, and didn't get to that museum you suggested. We had a specific itinerary. I did hear that Vikings brought over Irish slaves.
22nd August 2019

Great pics! The glacier kind of looks like Calafate...:)
From Blog: Eqi Glacier
19th August 2019

Soupy!
What a Great adventure! Love the pic and your Journaling! Keep Enjoying yourself!
19th August 2019

Thanks for the running commentary!
I love reading about your travels. l don't travel as much as I would like, so your postings make for interesting reading for this armchair traveler!
19th August 2019

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18th August 2019

Awesome
Keep the blogging coming...just love your adventures.
18th August 2019

Sorry to hear of your injuries. That weather was something else! Hope nothing is broken and you feel better soon.
17th August 2019

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14th August 2019
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imperialism
So, the happiest country on Earth also imperializes! Sounds like it would be tough to be a vegetarian in Greenland. Not enough green! Given your trials (from later blog-I’m reading these in reverse order), isn’t it amazing to imagine the toughness of people living there and emigrating from more comfortable home countries? Not to mention never seeing a cactus or sipping a drink on a sandy beach during a Santa Ana.
14th August 2019

Wilderness
Man, it seems like you might as well be in back country! That’s a lot of falls. Ouch. But the wide open spaces are restful on the eyes.
14th August 2019

Colorful
The building color scheme seems to show Nordic influence. Nice contrast to greys and white. I wonder whose idea it was to use the q in the spelling of the words. Maybe there is a twist to the sound that kept them from just going with k? There is a sound in Farsi that is sometimes written with a q or a g. We don’t have an analogous sound in English so no letter is going to get it across accurately.
17th August 2019

Greenlandic language
See today's entry. This language is pretty strange, it's not totallly Inuit but derived from Inuit. They string words together to make a thought and the resulting word is really long.
14th August 2019

Wonderful photos
I love following your travels. Julie
14th August 2019

What an adventure!
You are so adventurous, Sue! I am loving the blog and photos. Greenland wasn't on our to-do list, but it is intriguing. Here, we are hearing a lot about the accelerating loss of ice, and the rising seas and possible destruction. I'll be interested in what you learn while you are there.
14th August 2019

Tipping Over
Poor you! Sounds like an interesting day but difficult hike due to high winds.
14th August 2019

Awesome trip. I particularly j
Great trip. I particularly liked the photo of Qaqortoq
14th August 2019

Awesome trip. I particularly j
Great trip. I particularly liked the photo of Qartok
14th August 2019

Awesome trip. I particularly j
Great trip. I particularly liked the photo of Qartok
14th August 2019

Awesome trip. I particularly j
Great trip. I particularly liked the photo of Qartok
14th August 2019

Great Stories
Thanks, Sue. This is very interesting. Makes we want to book a flight there today!
12th August 2019

Greenland looks amazing!
Way to go, Sue! I'm super excited for you to be there. A trip of a life time. Looks stunning. Have a wonderful time and let us know about the kayaking.

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