Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral/Church… Reykjavik, Iceland.

Selfie I took with the Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland in the background… a popular city landmark worth seeing, and conveniently located in the city centre.

Murals of the World.

Another one of many murals I saw during my trip to Reykjavik, Iceland last month. If murals are your thing, Reykjavik may be your city. 

Murals of the World.

A mural I saw inside of a parking garage in Reykjavik, Iceland… across the street from the Harpa Centre Building (an iconic building in Reykjavik worth seeing).

Harpa Building In Reykjavik, Iceland.

This building is called the “Harpa Centre” and it’s in Reykjavik, Iceland… It sort of reminded me of the “Rundle Lantern” (another building) in Adelaide, South Australia, because of how they both light up. They’re both amazing in person.

Baejarins Beztu Pylsur

An Icelandic hot dog (street food) I got at this locally famous stand called “Baejarins Beztu Pylsur” one night during my stay in Reykjavik last month. An Icelandic hot dog usually includes sweet mustard, ketchup, remoulade, deep-fried onions, dried shallots, typical hot dog bun, and lamb sausages soaked in hot dog water or beer (or Pylsur sausages or a beer & pork frankfurter).

Islenski Barinn in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Eating some typical Icelandic food at the Islenski Barinn (a bar, pub, and restaurant in Reykjavik)… eating dried haddock, fermented shark, butter, and drinking local beer. The fermented shark is a delicacy and is served in small cubes. If you stay as a guest at the Oddson Hostel, you can get a discount coupon for 15% off your meal at the Islenski Barinn (and coupons for other select restaurants). Islenski Barinn has many local foods and beers to choose from.

Islenski Barinn, a Restaurant in Reykjavik, Iceland.

A restaurant in Reykjavik, Iceland called “Islenski Barinn” that serves up some traditional Icelandic food like fermented shark, dried haddock, puffin bird, etc. Not to mention that there’s also a decent selection of local beers.