Between 1913 and 1928 there was a narrow-gauge railway according to Wikipedia. But it wasn’t built for passengers, but it was made for transporting goods. But the proposals for a railway system on Iceland began in the early 1900s, with a proposed line between Reykjavík and Selfoss but these were abandoned. Then it tookContinue Reading

Iceland is Europes most Expensive Country

The price level in Norway where Distrita is located seems to have dropped. Today it is only 55% higher than the average in European countries last year. But there is one another Nordic country that is even more expensive that shocked me! Iceland is Europes most Expensive Country This smallContinue Reading

Iceland opened at two locations in Oslo Norway

Iceland is now expanding its presence in Norway. From just two stores in Asker and Larvik outside of Oslo. Iceland just got two more stores within the borders of Oslo at Stovner Senter and at St. Hanshaugen. So now Iceland got four stores in total in Norway… with a fifthContinue Reading

Scrambled Eggs in a bag at Iceland

Finally we do have Iceland food chain in Norway. We hope to see this frozen Scrambled Eggs product in Norway, because this is a product that is really missing. Not because its so lazy to just buy scrambled egg in a bag. But because its handy for all sorts ofContinue Reading

Restrooms in Reykjavik, Iceland

Restrooms in Reykjavik, Iceland is getting Unisex bathroom focus mbl.is writes. Iceland Monitor writes that Reykjavík City’s Human Rights and Democracy Council unanimously approved at it’s first meeting that all staff restrooms in Reykjavik’s public administration buildings will be all unisex as of this fall. Keeping the Restrooms in ReykjavikContinue Reading