How it Began
Wednesday 24th February 2021 started off the same as any other, people travelling to work, taking their kids to school, the usual.
But just after 10:00, planet Iceland decided to switch it up and give the locals something to talk about. A series of earthquakes started to hit the South West of the country, on the Reykjanes peninsula, with the largest measuring around 5.7 at the time. This could be felt in the capital area, with many islanders, including myself, experiencing this for the very first time. With the office windows "bending" and my glass of water resembling the scene from Jurassic Park, it was both exciting and nerve wracking at the same time, as you don't really know how to truly react.