After a difficult night on the bus we arrived in Prague around 7am to Hostel ELF. Even though we were exhausted, we were also eager to explore, plus our rooms wouldn't be ready until after lunch. Leaving our gear in the storage room we headed in to the centre for our first look at the city. It quickly became apparent that this city was even more liberal than Amsterdam, as we walked past the ever-present sex shop as well as liquor stores selling Vodka infused with Marijuana.

Le Paris

With anticipation we had booked our tickets through the Chunnel to experience a train ride underground through the English tunnel. Unfortunately it happened too quickly, while we were engrossed in our books, that before we knew it we were in Paris. The trek from the station to the hotel turned out to be very easy and we arrived at our hotel around 9pm (after departing our Iceland hostel at 6am). After a short walk down rue da Clichy, we settled for the night.


Flying into Iceland we were met with barren, cracked lava fields with the occasional plume of gas billowing from the earth. As we made our way through the airport way made a quick detour through duty-free (and tax-free in Iceland) where we came across the Iceland survival kit. This consisted of a box in the shape of a book containing two shot glasses and small bottle of Brennevin, Icelandic schnapps.

Leaving London

After leaving the hotel in ExCel we returned to the Astor Hyde park Hostel where our adventure had started. After storing our luggage we headed off intent on visiting Hyde Park and the adjoining Kensington Palace. Kayla, however, had other ideas, so off we went trekking in search of her new Chromebook. After traversing London in search of a store that had one in stock we headed back to the hostel for an early night.