Painful AdmissionsPosted in : Stevenson's Education Updates on 11 February 2016
Our guide said we could call him Eric although his full name was Eirikur and (continuing on from the languages theme of last month) he was fluent in English, Danish, Swedish and his native Icelandic. He is a history graduate and is also claims to be learning a simplified version of Chinese. Eric is a young man sporting an impressive beard (I always knew they would come back into fashion!) who is co-owner of ‘CityWalk’, a company specialising in providing walking tours for tourists in Reykjavik. His tour was great by the way, as was Reykjavik and the bits of Iceland that we saw.
As part of the tour we walked through a local High School (tourists are not encouraged to do that in Northern
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