3. Everyone in Reykjavik knows your name (even though you can’t pronounce theirs). Iceland is a little like Kentucky in this way. The entire island is about the size of Kentucky and contains approximately 300,000 people with only 70,000 (about the same number as people who live in Scranton) in the capital city of Reykjavik. The cobbler who fixes your heel in the city center on Friday morning or your taxi driver who believes in elves will likely be one of the models walking the runway later that night. His name for future reference is always Siggy.