With the taxes being insane on all alcohol and tabacco products, there is now a kind of group effort to get these things into the country through duty free.
Everyone is in on it.
You have a duty to help out your fellow islander.
Well, not really, but the price difference is so extreme that you feeling guilty about not buying duty free.
You can compare the prices if you want, some stuff is three times more on this side of customs.
Vinbudin - The state controled liqour sales
Frihofnin - The duty free store in Keflavik airport
I do not drink and have not smoked in years, but I still ask couchsurfers and friends to bring beer, vodka and cigerettes for people I know, including my husband.
David likes beer and his friends smoke.
It really would be wastful if every person going through customs does not take full advantage of the chance at duty free.
I have probably stopped making sense now, its really late and I am getting really really tired.
And this computer , o'l betsy, does not have spell check, so I am seeing that this might not make sense to anyone. I just had to say it.
So, good night!