Some people, including some who read this website [you know who you are, wink] have remarked on the amazing fact that Icelanders always just seem to KNOW if someone is foreign, and not Icelandic.
It’s like a sixth sense.
I was telling EPI this and he remarked, “Well, not quite.”
Turns out that when he’s wearing his super-sporty cycling outfit [which he wears VERY often, especially in summer because he goes everywhere on his bike] Icelandic shop clerks frequently address him in English.
He figures they mistake him for a tourist.
I mean, it’s an easy mistake to make, right? On account of all the tourists we have walking around here in their super-sporty cycling outfits?