I ate a lot of lovely fish in Iceland
I ate salmon, arctic char, and plaice
but it cost so much for eating out in Iceland
some foods we couldn’t even try to taste
they cost an arm, a leg, and more, to buy!
but we enjoyed our holiday in Iceland
with hot springs, mountains, sea, and such blue sky!
Posted for Kerry's Open Link Monday
at the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads
I thought I was getting an open-faced sandwich of salmon on bread, but it turned out to be salmon on half a pancake. Who knew?
my first taste of arctic char
Third photo: ordinary souvenirs such as mugs and plates were priced right out of sight, and out of reach. Iceland is, after all, an island by the bottom of Greenland's east coast, and although there are greenhouses in the countryside, almost everything has to be shipped in.
Below: Reykjavik as seen from a fish restaurant near our hotel.
|Richard Schear photos.|