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A favorite weekend pastime here in Reykjavik is cruising through KolapĆ³rtiĆ°, our indoor flea market and seafood bazaar. Though I could write a few good words about it myself, I thought I'd let a long-time Iceland Eyes buddy Professor Batty do the honors in this excellent entry from Flippism is the Key. He also wrote a nice swan song to our favorite local Sirkus which, if city planning has it's way, is history.

3 comments:

Professor Batty said...

... thanks for the kind words and the links- I wondered why I was getting so many hits from Iceland! The Sirkus affair is kind of sad, it was so refreshing to go to a place that existed solely for itself, it is a true work of art-in-life, not many places can honestly say that.

Professor Batty said...

P.S. The guy in your photo is a dead ringer for me!

Maria Alva said...

You're so right about the similarity! How cool.