Eager got to Iceland and welcomes us a quiet city, Reykjavik.
Dawns a cold and sunny day, clean streets full of new smells and architecture perceived freezing solid to withstand storms in the capital further north on the planet.
331,000 inhabitants live in Iceland, 200,000 live in the district of Reykjavik and say, is one of the safest cities in the world.
The stereotype of wild Viking is just folklore,
It is the place where more books per capita are bought in the world
and wherein the first world parliament now more than a thousand years is established.
They have no army, no navy, no air force.
All Icelanders we have encountered have been friendly, polite and close.
We were fortunate to meet Ingo, an Arctic surfer who explained some of the secrets that these lands hide,
Icelandic curiosities about the changing climate,
and other secrets of hands of who knows the island.