The old harbour area of the city is gorgeously colourful and exudes a certain vibrancy, it's home to many marine activities where you can take a boat out for whale watching and puffin tours. I loved the stillness of the harbour, which reflected the pink gradients of the sky perfectly - it felt almost surreal to have captured the moment. It was also hard to imagine that the harbour used to be bustling with activity! There are also rows of restaurants by the harbour which offers a good view whilst being in the warm indoors - we went into Höfnin which is located at Geirsgata 7, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland, and they serve a mean lobster soup. I wasn't a fan of the thick soup after a few sips, but the lobster was fresh and it was really unique. Some of us also tried reindeer balls (meatballs) and fish dishes.