A couple of days ago, prominent Zero Waste YouTuber, Immy of Sustainably Vegan, who I have followed for quite some time now and absolutely adore, shared a post on Instagram revealing she was letting go of the term “Zero Waste” in favour of a new term, the “Low Impact Movement”.
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A museum dedicated to penis’ – known more scientifically as phallus’: A Phallological Museum.
Yes, this place exists, and it lives in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Being in that same city, and with my boyfriend and I’s combined maturity age probably not even reaching my physical age of 26, we of course had to visit.
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Reykjavik is one of the most beautiful and cosy – or to steal a term from the Danes, Hyggeligt – cities I’ve visited.
From the main streets lined with traditional lamp posts, strung together with pretty ropes of fairy lights following the Scandinavian-style buildings in a row, to the more secluded areas just a few blocks back from the main hub, decorated with greenery and flowers next to a frozen pond, to the cosy interiors of the cafes and bars along the city’s streets, there is plenty to admire from an aesthetic point of view in Reykjavik.
It’s all of these things which make Iceland’s capital such a snug place to be. It feels homely, almost – which is a rather large feat for a capital city.
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Iceland has been one of those countries Dan and I have been wanting to travel to for a long time.
When we realised we both wanted to visit this Scandinavian bucket-list item, it quickly became our next adventure to plan.
We fell into a burrow of internet searches, guidebooks and travel blogs, finding out all the information we could to plan the trip of our dreams (Well, one of them, at least).
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