For the last year I've been mildly advocating that a Nordic Perl Workshop be in Iceland, mostly because I'd like to go to an NPW in all of the Nordic countries and Iceland has as much of a chance as Finland of hosting one. Heck, let's even have a YAPC there.
I just found another good reason to have it in Iceland: it's literally on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Well, duh, of course Iceland is where the Earth's crust is pulling apart, but I never really thought about it since it is way up there almost not in the Atlantic anymore. Because of this, Iceland straddles the tectonic plates of North America and Europe. There's even a bridge that you can walk across to go from one plate to another (which is definitely cooler than seeing a dusty ditch Californians call the San Andreas Fault). Iceland is expanding by a couple of centimeters each year, so eventually it should take over the world and Perl will already be there.
North American Perlers and European Perlers can meet at the bridge. We could even have the conference taking place on the North American and European side at the same time. There could be t-shirts showing geology nerd stuff.