Medieval whale watching in 2005
The atmosphere on board Knörrin last Wednesday was unique: medieval and romantic.
Eight spanish gentlemen who study engineering in Valencia are these days traveling around Iceland. But what makes their visit so special and remarkable is that during their stay in Iceland they wear spanish national costumes and play and sing spanish traditional folksongs. They are all talented musicians and play instruments like guitar, mandolin and lute and have of course beautiful voices.
It was a pleasure for the staff and other tourists to sail with those young shakespearan cavaliers who sang their songs of love half of the tour and the whales also seemed to be very pleased.
Tourists were surprised when they arrived at the harbour in the morning.
Guide Elsa María listened to the beautiful singing.
The songs came from the heart.
Other tourists seemed to be pleased.
The guide got to pose with the gentlemen after the tour.