After lunch, we rode along the coast more and saw this rock looking like a viking ship from the distance:
On one beach, a statue of one brave Icelandic woman who traveled the seven seas.
:Her son was Eirkr who first settled in Greenland.
Again, remember that Icelandic women are beautiful on the outside, and strong on the inside. Another example was this story of the wife whose husband was chopped to pieces by English due to trade feud. She said "It is not time to cry, but time to act." and organized an army to rescue her son back. And she then laid an official charge to the Danish King, which resulted the 5 years war between Danish and English. Below is the stone where her husband was chopped up:
Holy mountain from a distance:
Our hotel on the hill:
Our next stop is Akureyri for the following three nights. When en route from Stykkisholmur to Akureyri , we visited a Hobbit House, a horse farm, and Eiriksstadir Museum:
~~~~~ to be continued ~~~~