The theater is dark now. A solitary couple, with matching grey hued short haircuts share a cross look. Glancing behind them, they look at the girl, who is shamelessly drinking a tall glass of wine, munching on popcorn, and snapping pictures.
There’s something everyone experiences when they visit they visit The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Iceland. A special moment that no matter where else you visit in in the world, you’ll never, ever forget.
When you hop over to a foreign country, you just wanna grab a cold one, right? Meet up with some cool kids that probably won’t steal your passport or leave you tied to a flag pole or anything?
This story is one of my favorites, and the inspiration for my kick ass mountain tattoo.
Shortly after one arrives in Iceland, one realizes a simple truth: food is really f$%#ing expensive.
During my last trip to Iceland, I didn’t go to The Blue Lagoon. I don’t remember why, it just didn’t work out. I was cool with it. Whilst hitchhiking, I happened upon Myvatn Nature Baths – basically the same thing, but smaller. Plus, they had cake there.
When I visited Jökulsárlón Glacier Bay in southeastern Iceland, there happened to be a lot of glaciers. There was also ridiculously sleepy walrus passed out on the beach.
When I first arrived in Reykjavik, I had no idea how much Icelanders loved dried fish. The night we flew in, we went to a local grocery store since it was the only thing that was open.
I went snorkeling in Iceland, at the Silfra fissure in Þingvellir National Park.
What does it feel like when all of your dreams come true? Apparently, like standing too close to a waterfall. A bit damp, but still pretty freakin’ awesome.