My visit to Iceland in February was too short to do it real justice, although the two tours I went on were excellent introductions to the natural wonders of this small island. So I didn’t see as much of Reykjavik as I would’ve liked. But I did see a lot of street art, some colorful boats, and a singular kind of church.
Walking along the northwestern most part of Reykjavik
I don’t actually know what this little hill near the docks is, but there was a path you could walk up
These little fast-food joints were all over town
How others see us
Harpa, the concert hall, across the harbor
Look at these amazing hedgehog mittens my friends loaned me
A glimpse of downtown from my bus to the airport
That’s always the question, isn’t it
Hello, Mr Viking!
Hallgrímskirkja is an impressive Lutheran church with a statue of Leif Erikson in front
Rekyjavik from the air
Ooh right out there on the western part of the spit, by the university, that’s where I stayed