I’d looked up two tour companies that ran boat trips on the lagoon, but unfortunately at the time when we were there, the icebergs were all too close to each other for any kind of boat to pass through!
^That’s the visitor info/ticket office building on the right.. isn’t it cute?
^ I think perhaps this is where the boats would’ve gone from..
It was all very quiet.. barely anyone else around. You could HEAR the icebergs sometimes! They clicked as they touched each other.
Or.. it could be your idiot friend trying to hurl giant ice blocks into the lagoon:
Or trying to use one as a headpiece
We are all idiots really..
^ I – C – E ???
And then I lost my iPhone…
I only realised my phone was missing when we were getting in the car. You know that momentary PANICKY feeling you get when you’ve just realised something’s missing?? I hate that!
I ran back and had to comb the whole shoreline looking for it.. hoping that it’d be there. Trying to find a WHITE iPhone at a glacier lagoon full of.. ice. Great. Eventually, to my BIG relief, I did find it. Lying there all wet and cold.. because us dumbos were too busy playing a game of ‘see who can throw stones onto the icebergs and have one land there without slipping into the water’.
In our defence it was a really fun game. I didn’t realise how BOUNCY ice was. The stones would bounce and skip off the icebergs so enthusiastically. Obviously I had thrown one so vigorously (excited haha) that my phone fell out..
It’s so funny because in the photo above, you can see my phone lying next to me on the ground as I made another throw -_-
‘Til next post! 😉