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Thread: Iceland Adventure to the Westfjords.

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    Flight booked.
    Anyone riding slower than you is an idiot, and anyone riding faster than you is a maniac

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smug View Post
    Flight booked.
    Is that your front wheel stop on your photo? When we meet in iceland I’ll be pleased to explain how the slow application of pressure to the front and rear brakes can be employed to avoid this situation.

    Ha ha look forward to meeting you Sir !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe narvey View Post
    Is that your front wheel stop on your photo? When we meet in iceland I’ll be pleased to explain how the slow application of pressure to the front and rear brakes can be employed to avoid this situation.

    Ha ha look forward to meeting you Sir !!
    I wish. It is a Dave Halsall.
    Anyone riding slower than you is an idiot, and anyone riding faster than you is a maniac

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    Getting from Keflavik Airport to our meeting place in Reykjavik Dummies guide

    Since our meeting place is the Greyline Bus terminal getting there from the airport is both simple and cheap.

    Use the link I'm showing below to book the bus, watch out for the 5% discount code and the price should be 18 Euros.
    You will need your flight details.

    As you come out of the airport building look for the Greyline booth, often staffed with beautiful Icelandic women, give them your booking details and they'll issue you with your ticket.



    Remember you only want the ride to the Greyline bus terminal, it takes about 40 mins, I'll meet you there.
    (Most tourists will then be transferring to a mini bus for their onward journey).

    I will have arrived a couple of days earlier and sorted the customs paperwork etc. for your bikes and it's a 5 min walk to be reunited with your baby.

    There's no need right now to worry about your return to the bus terminal and on to the airport.

    You can book that when you arrive at the terminal, as by then you will know where your accommodation is for the final night in Reyjavik.
    When the return is booked a mini bus will pick you up and take you to the Greyline bus terminal for transfer ...... as long as you've given them the correct details

    Here's the link:

    https://grayline.is/tours/keflavik-a...minal-8706_67/
    KEA

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    Except of course I was spelling Grayline incorrectly
    KEA

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