ppost Not exact opposites, but still a long way away from each other.
On the top floor of the tower of the main church in Reykjavik (The Hallgrímskirkja), I suddenly realised today why Iceland is called Iceland. Last night I felt quite warm, as I was seated chatting to a bloke in my local thermal pool. He told me they'd enjoyed reasonably mild winter here (with hardly any … Continue reading So That’s Why They Call It Iceland?
When you're in a new town or city, a place you've never been before, you should always head first to the main church and to the main public arts building. In towns and cities where there aren't too many sky-scrapers, the main church usually has an excellent view of the city. In a more modern … Continue reading Reykjavik, Iceland
I wasn't entirely sure why the train trip from Amsterdam to Copenhagen would take fifteen hours. Leaving at 7.00 pm on Sunday night and arriving at 10.00 am Monday seemed like an awfully slow train. I booked it because it was the easiest, cheapest way for me to get from Amsterdam to Copenhagen. Yes, I … Continue reading From Amsterdam to Reykjavik