Circumnavigating Iceland, Part 2

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Part two of author Noelle Granger’s fabulous trip to Iceland.. despite the dodgy weather and rough seas, it sounds like an amazing trip. Head over and pick up the link to Part One and enjoy the rest of the post and photographs.

The following day we embarked on the Ocean Endeavor. Built in 1982, it had been a jack of all trades – transport, cargo, ferry – before being reconfigured as a passenger ship in the early 2000s. It had a reception area amidships with a library/bar and three lounges, one on each of three levels, aft. Fore was the dining room, one level up from where we were berthed. We were in a cabin at the very front of the ship – two beds, a little sitting area and a small bath room. Quite comfortable, although as we soon discovered, in heavy seas it was rough going. Modern stabilizers…

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