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The pages were all soft and new and the cover art was much better than I expected, since everyone I talk to seems to think that the American versions always have the better cover art being in Europe, we of course have the British version.

But I already don't know how I'm going to fit everything in my suitcases for the trip home; Even though I haven't bought that much, they were essentially full when I came.

And the book cost 20 Euros. So, I abashedly asked the clerk if I could just please read the first part. The book wasn't on the regular shelves, it was at the counter.

And she said yes. So I sat there and read until the place closed. And a paragraph of background later, we're finally going to get to the dichotomy part!

Part of me wanted to find a public bathroom, despite the fact that I was reasonably sure there wasn't one in the area. And part of me was thinking about taking out the trash and repacking and posting a journal entry for the first time in a week to assure everyone that I'm alive and well.

And I swear this part said to the other part, "Come on, we have to go home now, and won't that be nice. What I do remember is the ridiculously stereotypical motherly tone of voice I used with myself.

I was amused at myself. I suppose that while I'm being reflective as opposed to narrative, as I usually am in this journal I might as well talk a bit about how I've changed since I've come here.

There are some things that I've learned to do as a matter of course because they are common sense. I make sure that I'll have enough food until I get to the store again, and that I have garbage bags, and clean clothing hey, it's more of a chore than it sounds like I consciously attempt to plan everything such that I get enough sleep.

I watch how much I spend and where. I'm more aware of my own safety, now that I can't flippantly pass the buck to concerned friends and family.

Stand in the corner of a subway car, and avoid crowded escalators. Hold it with fingers around the edge and palm over the top. I suppose in general I feel older.

This adult thing has sort of been sneaking up on me for a while. But now I'm accepting and enjoying it, with less of a tendency to defiantly act immaturely in a futile attempt at forestalling it.

I'm not saying that I'm no longer impetuous or that I've outgrown Disney movies and hide-and-go-seek. I don't ever intend to do that.

I got back to my apartment tonight and said, "Home. There are still things well, primarily people that I miss almost constantly.

Nevertheless, life goes on, as it tends to do. I am actually quite pleased at how quickly and completely I've adapted to living here.

So, you may be wondering, what exactly did the new "mature and safety-conscious" Kim do this this weekend? I went home with an almost complete stranger, of course!

I mean, I managed arranged an excellent homestay for myself, through a fortuitous combination of charisma, the goodness of man, and luck.

A homestay with a woman who has hosted many exchange students in the past and is quite friendly and trustworthy.

I met Inge on a train two weeks ago, the morning that I was traveling to Paris. She's a social worker who lives near Treysa. Like me, she loves to travel.

She spent a while in Mexico. In the course of her journeying she encountered many people who kindly took her in and showed her around, which is really the best way to learn about a place.

Tourist attractions tend to have surprise! Seeing the Eiffel tower tells you almost nothing about the lives or mentality of the current inhabitants of Paris.

I'm not saying that being a tourist isn't fun or worthwhile. It just is what it is. Anyways, as I was saying, Inge was lucky enough to meet and get to know people in Mexico.

So after talking for a bit on the train, she gave me an open invitation to spend time with her and to see part of Germany from a local perspective.

And this weekend I took her up on it. I took a train in to Treysa, and then Inge and a friend of hers and I went to breakfast. We had a very nice, german breakfast.

Germans have these things called brotchen, I think I've mentioned them before. They're very specific little bread rolls. Anyways, we got a basket of brotchen and an assortment of meat, cheese, lettuce, cucumber slices, tomato slices, butter, jelly, and boiled eggs.

You cut the brotchen in half and put whatever you want on the halves and eat them. It's delicious! And, as I said, very german.

Then Inge and I drove to nearby Alsfeld and walked around the Altstadt literally OldCity Such as this church from the 12th century:.

And this little avenue. Notice how the building always used to be built: with stones as the bottom layer and then the familiar lattice pattern.

Also notice the cobblestone street. These have advantages and disadvantages that become more apparent when it rains. On the one hand, you don't run into puddles of water so much, because the walking surface is an inch or so above where the water is.

On the other hand, the stones tend to get a little slippery when wet. Below is a picture taken from inside a doorway off the street. It apparently used to be common to have a door off the street, then an entrance and courtyard area, and then houses.

Another common thing to do was build successive stories wider and wider. Because you're only allotted so much space on the street, but if you are a story higher than your neighbor, why not take some of the extra space?

I still think the practice of making top-heavy buildings seems a bit sketchy. This practice is, incidentally, the opposite of what they do at places like Disneyworld.

At Disneyworld, successive stories of buildings are scaled down to create a false perspective effect and the illusion of greater height! We took a break in a restaurant.

Inge had some tea and I had a Windbeutel and milk. Windbeutel is particular to the small region of Germany I was in.

It's a light bread puff with delicious cream and fruit. I wanted strawberries, but Inge said that the most traditional way to eat it is with hot cherries.

So I ordered that. But, they just happened to be out of cherries. There was a bit of confusion over where to go; an initial email had said one thing, another said to go to the music store Smekkleysa , which made sense, since Björk was a partner there.

It turned out my ticket was waiting for me at the venue, which was pretty much where we started our trek 20 minutes earlier. I had lasagna bolognese, a malbec from Chile and another excellent latte.

Everyone at the table shared their pretty and tasty pieces of cake with me. The music festival was an afterthought for me—I was going to see Iceland!

She was moving more towards an ambient sound, largely based on what she thought was natural, and it kind of bored me.

When a friend purchased tickets to see her at Airwaves, I got one myself, mostly writing it off and looking forward to just spending time with my friends.

After lunch, we headed to the Harpa , which is a new music hall with a honeycombed glass facade inspired by basalt lava formations.

The Harpa has several floors with a variety of music halls in it, the biggest one being able to hold about people.

When Tia arrived around 5, Stephanie and I headed upstairs to meet her on the top floor. I thought this was a little odd, because the front desk told us Björk was going to be on the second floor, but Tia is adventurous, so I trust her to find excitement, however unintentionally.

Tia was seated among a group of well-dressed people who gave Steph and I funny looks as we went to sit down next to her. We assumed there would be some pre-show for Björk, and that it would be odd, so this must be it!

An electric violinist started playing while a black-and-white film projected onto a wall next to him of a fit, furry viking-looking guy swimming nude to a thunderous soundtrack.

Is it art? Not sure, but not bad. And then…. I was dressed DOWN, so I tried to shrink behind Steph a bit as the cameras started clicking after the models coming down the runway.

The clothes were in the style of rustic space cult leader: minimalist and austere, but structured. Pretty sure.

After it finished, the mini-viking who had been sitting next to us at the start turned out to be Sruli Recht himself—I was tempted to talk to him about it, but remembered we had bigger fish to fry.

We headed down to find Björk. We were in the first ten or so people. A couple hours later, they started moving us in, and we found ourselves about to enter shortly after 7pm.

The concert hall was tiny! There were 20 or so rows of tiered seating on the left with 15 seats in each row, and then standing room everywhere else.

The gravity harp was in a more compact configuration at our show, but it was just as hauntingly effective. While being used, the interface to control it was displayed on the monitors overhead, small planets circling a sun.

When the sun changed from one color to the next, the planets that shared the same color dictated the melody on the instrument.

I wish I had pictures from the show, but they were inspecting bags and all cameras were sent off to be checked. Unfortunately, the couple photos I snagged with my phone were lost in the great iOS5 upgrade of , though Steph managed to get one.

The show was amazing! As a large cylindrical cage began to descend over our heads, graphics began to come across the screens in front of us.

Björk and her greek chorus began to sing nearly a capella about craving miracles, then paused. The cage overhead came to life: she was using a TESLA COIL as bass for the first song, Thunderbolt.

It was powerfully effective. After having toured around the countryside, listening to her music in her hometown provided new insight. For instance, this snippet of the song took on an entirely new dimension as we drove for hours, the only souls around:.

Do yourself a favor and watch this in a room with the volume up and the lights down, and experience the chills the Icelandic people felt for a thousand years as they tended to and trekked across their emotional and haunting landscape:.

For the first time, the song made complete sense to me, and I felt like I was being addressed directly by a wisdom that surrounds us all, despite being very difficult to hear at times.

Her percussionist amazed us with his abilities to draw unexpected sounds from inexplicable instruments, at one point dubstepping solo as though he were a beatbox from the s.

The song takes on a whole new meaning after being in post-economic fallout Iceland. The use of English among the Icelandic people is eminently practical, but it must be conflicting to depend on it when singing about being independent.

Björk rocked the house. If you love music, specifically the the art of making music and the philosophy of instrumentation, you must see this show if it comes your way!

Our first big stop past the fairy rocks yesterday was at a place called Thingvellir. Of course, Reykjavik is now the central place of government since it takes hours instead of days to cross the island, and Thingvellir is but a destination.

The falls at Gullfoss are an amazing site to behold as they slowly unfold in front of you. It becomes more mind-boggling as soon as you realize you can walk around on them—you get the sense that the Icelanders have weeded out their idiots over the last thousand years by virtue of letting nature take care of them.

Today we decided to go fjording in the north, and all of us had the idea that it would be a destination, rather than a process. Fjords, however, have other ideas.

We set out from the city on route 1, happy and fed, enjoying the kilometers zipping by on the paved road. I was the lead car today, with Tia acting as my GPS.

We made a brief detour to get gas, and I had another experience with the natives assuming I belonged to them. I left him there, not knowing if he was a mental patient or just trying to be helpful, assuming that one of my car mates would sort it out.

Inside the station, I went to pay for the gas and the tall cashier looked me over and babbled my total in Icelandic. I started speaking English, so he switched into some sort of Scandinavian language.

I persisted in English, and this is the following conversation:. Cashier: Are you Scandinavian? Me, mirthfully: No, no.

Cashier: Are you sure? Me, slightly incredulous: Yes. Cashier: Oh really?? I met someone from New York earlier! Cashier: points at my hair, waves his hand around Me: Ohhh.

You look completely different! Me, not sure what to think: No, no probably not. Cashier: Have a great trip! Me: Takk fyrir. I returned to the car to find the old interloper had shown Tia how to shut the gas cap and then wandered off.

We jumped back in the car and were on our way. We soon hit a fork in the road: we could take route 1, or route 1.

Our map was in the back seat being the subject of trivia, so we made a random decision and pressed forward, and suddenly found ourselves rapidly descending to the center of the earth via the Hvalffjordur tunnel.

Shortly after turning onto 55, we pulled off onto the side of the road to debate whether or not to continue after finding it was a compressed dirt road.

It also provided a couple of us for a bathroom break, so I promptly found a drainage ditch and then fell into it. Again, combat boots were very handy, as was the car heater for drying everything off.

Driving on route 55 was akin to what it might be like to drive on the moon shortly after they start terraforming it. The landscape is unbelievable, primitive and you are the only souls for miles.

It was made a little less fun because it added an hour and a half to our commute, and we arrived at Stykki way past when lunch had been served.

However, I would still recommend taking the journey, especially if you have a small group of people. We stopped once on the long drive, and the photos and views were unbelievable, as they are the entire drive.

I had this vision of icebergs, deep blue water and Free Willy zipping around in a bay. Stykki is tiny, and we were told everything was closed, except for the gas station and the bakery across from it.

We headed towards the bakery and were finally rewarded with the option for lunch at 4pm in the afternoon! Thanks, Tia! As we sat in the bakery, a few different clumps of people came and went.

We were surprised by a trio of young American women, including a nun in a blue habit from an order in Argentina. Apparently there are 3 nuns and a father who minister to the tiny community.

The two other women had been rescued by the nuns after getting stuck on a glacier the previous day. Super nuns!

We wondered how the nuns could spot people getting marooned on a glacier, and guessed that maybe they put a sign on them suggesting a leisurely drive across the glacier.

Fortunately, lunch made a big difference in my outlook on life, and we headed out for the trek back to Reykjavik.

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