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    The average temperature in iceland is around 15 Celsius. I am not sure how much that is in Farenheit but it is pretty cool for most europeans. In germany we get up to 40 or 50 Celsius in the summer but it is around 25 the most time.

    Although the averga temperature is only 15C we had up to 25 last week and some people i talked to said that this was also the case in the last four weeks.

    Nice weather, blue sky and no rain, wonderful nature... wow. If it wasn't this expensive i would fly over to iceland again this fall. =)

    The great thing is that you will find nearly no bugs on iceland. You can sleep everywhere without to watch out for snakes or bugs or anything that you just do not like in your tent. xD
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    Sounds like everything was just about perfect for you. By the way, I know how to do the conversion from C to F.

    F = 5/9 x C + 32.

    So, F = 5 x 25/9 + 32
    125/9 = 13.9 + 32, or 46 degree F.

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    Are you sure that this is the right way?

    I tried a Celsius -> Fahrenheit converter and it says 25C = 77F
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    It's 9/5 not 5/9 when going to F.

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    When I figured that I thought it looked wrong. You guys have to keep me straight. Thanks.

    No wonder I keep carrying the wrong wetsuit when I dive in the tropics. Water is warmer than I figure.

    Guess I've just been out of school too long. Man, I graduated in 1965.

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    Back again. :P

    Next time i will take my bow with me to practice during my holidays.. :/
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    Welcome back---again. I just got back myself---again. Was in Oklahoma for 5 days and the temperature was just about 103 degrees F every day. Not nice.

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