Reykjavik Iceland’s remote location in the north Atlantic makes it nearly equidistant from London and New York City. Yet, it’s austere volcanic terrain, dramatic waterfalls and sky-blue glaciers make it totally unlike either of those locations.
The last time I painted - with oils or watercolors - was when I made a portrait for my nephew. It was supposed to be a surrealist image of a crystal ball on a pillar in the middle of Greece. What it looked like was a Fisher-Price toy that someone lost in oily rubble.
The "green messengers" explore different of ways to illustrate and explain through practical works, speeches and printed materials how environmental/sustainability matters are tied in with our methods of travelling, daily life and the actions of each individual.
Reykjavík, the world’s northernmost capital, and it is also one of the smallest in the world. It is easy to find your way around and it is a friendly city that offers a surprising amount of things to see and do. Reykjavík is a amazing green and sustainable city close to pure nature. Being in Reykjavík is a memorable visit for everyone!
One can call Iceland, the land of the Midnight sun, as this natural phenomenon occurs in the summer months in places.
The sun is actually visible for the full 24 hours and the Midnight Sun is visible from June 12 until July 1.
Don´t you just love the Christmas time? When the snow has started to fall and the sparkling lights and decorations lit up the streets in the city. Here are just a couple of suggestions for you to do during Christmas time in Iceland.