Does it Ever Get Dark?, Lesson in Retailing & Susie has an Alternation
Inside the store was a big room full of refrigerated items…. instead of using lots of coolers like home, they have a giant walk-in cooler:
Note the yellow dots… this is the sliding door to the cooler.
Here is what it looks like inside:
I have talked about how crazy the prices are… here is an example. These paperback novels are ~ $27!!!!!
Homer Simpson would love it Iceland 🙂
Donuts are quite popular here
Lessons in retailing.
What you got here is kids bikes next to golf clubs (the black boxes to the right) in the frozen meat & dairy section of the store 🙂
On the way out, eagle-eye Susie spotted the elusive shopping mall in the distance… Here are a few shots from our experience in the mall of Iceland:
Here is something you don’t often see in Iceland… a sale. FYI even @ 50% off it is still expensive.
From the “What ever happened to” files. I remember back in the late 80’s & early 90’s United Colors of Benetton stores were on every corner in Europe. (I guess they have been replaced with Starbucks 🙂 )
Iceland’s version of Pier 1????
This guy was making some pretty neat balloon animals… love his pants 🙂
I wonder who the father is 🙂
I actually did buy something in the mall… I got a really nice Hawaiian shirt for $20!!!… in Iceland 🙂
OK… we have a lot of miles to cover today. So here are a few shots from the road…
Strange…. a little waterfall that was steaming??? Maybe the water is coming from an underground geyers???
After about 2 hours on the road it was time for some lunch.
Susie has an Alternation With One of The Locals
Here is Susie’s view of the situation 🙂
After a peaceful conclusion to the situation with the sheep we enjoyed a nice lunch.
Back on the road… Here are a few shots along the way:
The clouds were amazing!!!
It was a long but very beautiful drive. But we finally made it to Holmavik.
The village (population 302) was nice, but a little tried…
They even had their own witchcraft museum 🙂
Here is a view from our hotel…
It is time to sleep….