Reykjavik on a bike

Summer has finally arrived here but still there aren’t as many sunny days as one might expect. That’s Iceland. Luckily enough, most of sunny days happen usually on the weekends. Best option to plan some outdoor activities. So I’ve volunteered at The Color Run Iceland. Unfortunately no photos, there were a lot of things going … More Reykjavik on a bike

At & around Grindavík

Grindavík is a small fishing town at the Southern Peninsula at the southwest coast of Iceland, one of the few towns with a harbour at the coast. Most of the inhabitants; around 2,400 people work in the fishing industry. The Blue Lagoon, Grindavík’s most famous attraction, is located about 5 km away from the town. (from wikipedia.com) It’s … More At & around Grindavík

At the flea market

Flea markets are one of my favourites places to completely lose track of time. 🙂 I very much enjoy the versatility of things you can buy there, starting from antique furniture through no-use-at-all objects ending with some nice delicacies. You can just get everything you want, EVERYTHING! It’s basically what you might expect at Reykjavik’s … More At the flea market

King's Day in Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s a very vibrant city. At first glance you might get the impression that everything’s chaotic and unorganised but once you synchronise with the city’s rhythm you just can’t get enough of it. Especially when you visit it when special events take place. Last year (finally!) I decided to visit Amsterdam during the most famous celebrations; … More King's Day in Amsterdam

Easter Flashbacks #2

On Easter Sunday I was invited to join the family in their summer house in Laugarvatn, a place located not so far away from The Golden Circle area. The area known for the geysers and famous waterfall called Gullfoss. The weather was very unlike Easter, there was still a lot of snow and rather gloomy skies, … More Easter Flashbacks #2