louiselouisa- asked: Dear Iceland, "pulsa" in my language - Indonesian - means "phone credit". My people like to talk on the phone, so you will hear the word frequently in daily conversations.
windwrinkle asked: i'm a student studying children's book illustration and i find the culture, landscape, and particularly the folklore of iceland to be enchanting and extremely inspiring! i was curious if you and all your wonder know of any particular exchange programs or opportunities for artists of other countries? :)
sweetappletea asked: I heard that you have very delicious hot dogs, Iceland. How do you make them? Here in the USA we usually put ketchup and mustard on them, or sometimes cheese and chili and onions.
My humans want to feed you →
My humans want to prepare food for you in a house of fire on wheels. Then they want you to eat it with your mouth. Reblogged from inspiredbyiceland: Inspired by Iceland is taking the dining experience to a whole new level with Eldhús a pop-up restaurant on wheels which will be travelling across the most remote and extreme areas of Iceland seeking out the best of Icelandic cuisine … ...
rinbot asked: hi iceland! i am going to visit you in may. what is your favourite thing to do in reykjavik?
My old picture
Halló humans from the Inter-nets. Here is a picture of one of my waterfalls from when I was younger. It was made by a human called Frederick W.W: Howell more than 100 years ago with a fancy machine that is no longer very fancy. I have not seen him in a while. Humans and their machines get old very quickly. I have not changed very much since this picture was taken. I am a young island and still...
paradisarheimt asked: Hello Iceland, I would just like to inform you that I'm really looking forward to seeing your beautiful town of Ísafjörður this August. I'm counting the days! Kær kveðja ♥
How to celebrate a Birthday in Iceland
Some nice human on the Twitters asked my how to celebrate his birthday on me. I cannot celebrate a birthday because it takes centuries for an island to be born, but I asked the humans that help me with my inter-nets and they put together a four point plan. Skemmtilegt Tónlist Rokk Timburmenn You are welcome @coque, bless bless, - your friend, Iceland
It is lonely, being an island on Valentine’s Day. — Iceland (@thisisiceland) February 14, 2012 Some very nice people have been very nice to me and sent me very nice greetings in their twitters following my message. But, I am an island, and not a human (like you) and I need a more a geo-physical relationship, really. Still, takk takk my friends. - your friend, Iceland