What a paradox…. Greenland is mostly ice while Iceland is mostly green.

Anyways, the flight to Iceland was easy and uneventful. Their ATC is useful and professional. Reykjavik is exciting to explore but doesn’t have a deep, historic feeling. Not too far we found the Blue Lagoon, a thermal water spa in the countryside. Before departing we made a quick stop on the Grimsey island, located on the Arctic circle. Sadly, the puffins already left for this season.

We spent the last night in Iceland in Akureyri and we made a refuelling stop in Egilsstadir. This was necessary to ensure adequate fuel reserve to reach Scotland, in case weather would not allow us to land in the Faroe Islands.