Have you taken the stinky fish tucker challenge on St. Thorlakur’s Day?
It’s currently Happy-hour (or rather hours) here in Stofan, Reykjavik, where I’m currently celebrating International Beer Day and where the lovely Salka Sól will be serving up some of Iceland’s best beers at the “happy” price of 500kr until 8pm! If you’re new to Icelandic beer, I recommend either the classic Viking beer or if you’re [...]
A recent mission to sample the menu of a much talked about Icelandic restaurant led us to the little town of Stokkseyri down by the sea on the south coast of Iceland. The town was once an important fishing hub, but is now more renowned for it’s super-famous lobster soup! The wonderfully staffed restaurant serving [...]
Maybe it’s because I’m such a fan of Gene Kelly that I feel a song coming on and get the urge to go and splash in some puddles whenever it starts raining, but apart from singing in the rain, which I highly recommend, there are plenty of things to do in the city when the [...]