Firstly an update on the vitamin B12.
After several nights of extremely vivid dreams, including one night where I scared the bejesus out of Stu when I climbed on top of him 'to get away from the man that's just walked past my side of the bed', I've stopped taking it.
But that man was real. He was there. I tried to hit him with the duvet.
We slept the rest of that night with my bedside light on.
I stopped taking the ginseng a few days ago - I thought it was one tablet too many.
Anyway - we're rushing towards the end of July. We're almost over the hump and rushing towards weekend. Only weekend is winter. Our favourite.
So far we have flights booked for Iceland in November and we have a FB messenger agreement with Anna Julia Skuladottir, that we'll be staying for a week in her new cube cabin.
This week we have been looking at dates for Norway. And it looks like we may be heading back to that amazing cabin in Skarstad. The one with the big windows, passing Reindeer and the occasional Moose.
One thing I have learned - be very nice to your AirBnb (or similar) hosts. You can save a fair amount by dealing with them direct for any subsequent visits (and from what I can gather - they save too). To be honest - it's not hard to be nice to either Anna (Iceland) or Kent (Norway). Lovely people with the best cabins ever.
But I didn't tell you how to break AirBnb rules.
Today's picture...My Stu: At Borgarvirki, North of the Wall.
Travelling tip: Don't go to this place in deep snow: it's a long slow drive, the road is invisible at certain points and when you get there you can't see a damned thing, other than snow.