In general, I think Iceland’s food is fantastic. There isn’t much to choose from, but if you are willing to search and travel, there are plenty of interesting restaurants around. We mostly ate around our hotel (we stayed at Hotel Klettur). The seafood is amazing there, and you can find quite a number of specialized restaurants near the harbor. If you have a chance, do try their local delicacies and national foods, rotten shark meat and ram testicles. They sound very very unappetizing, but both my brother and I were rather keen to try them. Sadly, we could not find any restaurant that sold it and on the third day the weather was too ill to traverse past the warm comforts of our hotel.
Oh and did I mention, the people in Iceland are gorgeous. All of the waitresses that served us were the epitome of icy beauty; blond hair, big blue eyes, very fair skin, waif-like thin, sharp features, tall and leggy. My brother was checking out every one of them. Must be the Icelandic air. Maybe I should have bought a can home.
Thats the last of the Iceland photo diaries! Many more food posts from London, and of course Sweden. So many things to blog about, so little time. I would be leaving for Dublin this Friday, so even more photos! And yes, I have school and assignments as well. Busy bee!