We are all equal, and we all deserve to be happy.
Autumn is the season of head cold, a bit of flu, and buckets of rain.
Dress codes in Icelandic schools have until now been unheard of; however, a recent news report got me worried this might be changing.
Life in Iceland has changed throughout the course of history, and vastly so in the last century.
Reykjavík is a city in a continuous growth. But it’s still a small city.
Summer is short in Iceland and often ends in abrupt seasonal changes.
On Saturday, an estimated 15,000 people ran the Reykjavík Marathon.
A visit to the Westman Islands opened my eyes to the beauty of the isles in the south of Iceland.
Shame is for the guilty, not the innocent.
Reykjavík is a city with the heart of a village.