Native to Denmark, Mette moved to Reykjavík for love in 2020. She can often be seen running through whatever green landscape she can find in the city, or soaking in a swimming pool. Mette started in research, but she is currently focusing on writing and performing stand-up comedy.
Have you ever dreamed of discovering a place of extraordinary beauty? A place where natural wonders and dramatic landscapes come together to create a unique experience? Then look no further than Iceland’s Diamond Circle – this awe-inspiring journey will surely take your breath away.
Don’t let bad weather put a damper on your Icelandic adventure! Take a look at this comprehensive guide for creative indoor activities and wonderful sights that you can enjoy regardless of the thermometer reading.
Iceland in December — and in particular, Iceland at Christmas — is dark, cold and potentially quite windy. As a result, Icelanders at Christmas mainly engage in warm, cosy social activities to keep body and souls warm and bright.