Holiday time approaches. Due to time constraints on both our parts, May seemed like the best time to escape as a family for some much needed R&R. Bearing in mind the GF is a desert girl who complains when the temperature drops below 19ºC, and Baby refuses to go outside in the wind, where is the best place to take them? The Arctic circle, of course! To be specific, just below it – Iceland. With Continue reading Almería goes to Iceland
Iceland recently discovered a bylaw that allowed Icelanders to kill anyone from the Basque country on sight, and have decided to overturn it. País Vasco is a region of Spain on the north coast. The law dates from 1615, when a Basque whaling ship foundered in the waters off Iceland and 32 Basque crew members struggled ashore. They set up camp on the beach in Hólmavik, and quickly got into a series of fights with Continue reading Iceland overturns laws allowing Basques to be killed on sight
If you look closely, you will see that the price tag informs us that a litre of Twinings Everyday Teabags at Icelands’ in Vera costs…. nine thousand and thirty euros. A price Harrods themselves would be proud of. I wouldn’t mind, but the same brand of tea in 80’s costs around 2€….
Next to Iceland. They offer a full Irish breakfast, not something I really ever enjoyed but each to their own. Posted from WordPress for Android – mobile blogging!
Unique opportunity to buy a Northern European country: Iceland. Established in 874 by Ingólfur Arnarson Iceland is the least populous of the Nordic countries with a population of about 320,000 and a total area of 103,000 km².. Located on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the North Atlantic Ocean, Iceland will provide the winning bidder with – a habitable environment, Icelandic Horses and admittidly a somewhat sketchy financial situation. Big Towns and Cities including: Reykjavík, Kópavogur, Hafnarfjörður, Continue reading Unique opportunity to buy a Northern European country