Month: March 2014

Bite-sized Reykjavik

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Iceland had never really been on my radar. I had a vague knowledge of the place; I knew that it was where Bjork came from. I knew that they had taken a terrible hit during the financial meltdown of 2009 and that one of their temperamental volcanoes had brought European airspace to a standstill in 2010. But that was just about it. All Europe-ed out after a few months of back to back visits to […]