We passed by some beautiful scenery on the way to Akureyri. But those homes just look so lonely.
Part of the Myvatn Lake:
And I caught my first cod!
The Thingvellir National Park is an UNESCO site as this is the location of a major rift between two tectonic plates - the North American and the Eurasian - which creats a dramatic fissure in the land. The world's oldest parliament was also formed here.
Aside from setting up the oldest parliament, they also used to drawn women accused of being the witches in this pool:
The Gullfoss waterfall:
The heat source is harnessed:
The final afternoon was free time for all. Janet and I walked back to the botanic garden, via a sculpture garden. We had a chance to talk bit more . We later visited 1011 market and a flower shop. The flower shop was celebrating an anniversary, hence treated us mini lobster sandwich. Pretty nice!
A sculpture we saw: