Stranger in a Strange (Ice)land

The capital of Iceland, Reykjavik, is a small city that certainly doesn’t lack for things to do such as museums, bars, restaurants etcetera but it doesn’t have much going for it in terms of architectural gems or charming little areas tucked away in unlikely places.  It tends to be a functional rather than decorative city.

The main street in the centre of town though, Laugavegur, has more than its fair share of pubs, restaurants and touristy shops which inevitably means that we get to see the slightly weirder side of things in the city…

Locals
A couple of the local residents out for an evening stroll.
Polar bears
You never know what you’ll find in the local pet shop.
Fire
Colourful fire hydrants are to be found all over the city.
Beads
Beady-eyed beasties!
Beer
A great idea for the winter. Beer Mittens!
Aliens
Alien space mushrooms in the lava.
Rock band
Rock band.
Rock Fan
Rock Fan.
Balls
Water balling near the bus station.
Rent
Not for sale.

 

12 thoughts on “Stranger in a Strange (Ice)land

    1. Top reason buddy! Fair share of extortionate prices too – just go to Glasgow and drink so much whisky you get the DT’s and hallucinate you’ve been to Iceland 😀

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