From the moment I left Reykjavik, I already missed it. It’s such a tiny city on a relatively small island, but it has so much character, and so many amazing people pass through it on their grand adventures. Nonetheless, I was excited to get to Norway, my last stop on this trip around Europe. I’m staying with a friend in Bergen on the west coast, surrounded by fjords and beautiful scenery. Though Norway is an expensive country (and makes Iceland look cheap by comparison), its beauty (almost) makes up for it.
Heading towards the airport, leaving Reykjavik.
One last view of the coast of Iceland, where the lava fields meet the water near Keflavik.
Norwegian flags flying in Bergen, Norway.
More flags flying near Bryggen in Bergen, the historic center of the city.
The famous row of crooked colorful houses in Bryggen.
Looking through an alleyway between the old structures.
Statue in a city square.