A New Direction

It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted anything lately.  That’s because I’ve been working on a new project I’m excited to share with you. I loved making the Reykjavík City Card guide so much that I’ve decided to do a whole load more of them and put them on their own website.  It’s going to be… More A New Direction

Everything You Need to Know About the Reykjavík City Card

A visit to Iceland’s capital can act as a serious weight loss method for your wallet. Fortunately, Reykjavík City Card offers a chance for tourists and locals alike to explore the world’s northernmost capital at a discount. But is the City Card a good deal in your case? And should you opt for the 24, 48,… More Everything You Need to Know About the Reykjavík City Card

Review: “The South” by Colm Tóibín (Barcelona)

A novel of the artistic community in Barcelona, The South charts the psychological fragmentation created by emigration and war. Seeking a divisive break from her family in Enniscorthy, Katherine Proctor flees across the Celtic Sea to Spain, where she slowly creates a new place for herself as a painter.  Her romantic entanglements force her to navigate the personal trauma of the Spanish… More Review: “The South” by Colm Tóibín (Barcelona)