It literally means “seal pup bay” (adorable!) and is the second biggest city in the country with – I kid you not – “one of Iceland‘s finest collections of molluscs and crustaceans.”
Why haven’t you booked your flight?
If you’re ever caught in a riot while traveling, here are some tips learned while I was in Athens last year during their protests. As you’re no doubt aware, a year later, Greece is again full of strife. With this news comes that predictable riot dog article, which seems to regularly make the rounds. We thought it’d be prudent to give you some basic tips for traveling in countries that may experience significant political turmoil during your stay.
Flush your eyes (don’t touch!) with water (or water and ~5% baking soda if you’ve got it) and get under a cold shower. Your clothes will need to stay outside for a day, too. Wash them a few times with cold water.
Be safe, hipmunks. And on that note, we’ll be reporting from Cairo next week.
I can’t read Chinese, but I’m pretty sure that’s not right.
The script and tonal system make it tricky for Westerners, but that’s no reason not to try!
During a 5am thunderstorm in Nynäshamn, Sweden (just 60km south of Stockholm if you’re planning a visit).