Reykjavik, Stykkisholmur (on the Snaefellsnes peninsula), Akurevri (the second largest region) in the north, Selfoss in the south, and finally returned to Reykjavik.
The new performing art center at the water front: Harpa concert house:
A museum of Snorri. A statue of Snorri is shown on the right.
A Hobbit house and two lambs are also seen on the ground:
Egil, a main saga character is deeply entrenched inside the psyche of Icelandic men - A murderer and a poet, strong on the outside but fragile on the inside.
Shark meat being cured.
Fresh sharp meat is poisonous with high urea and ammonia, and had to be buried in ice for a period of time. The cured shark meat is consumed with vodka or rye bread. It is more tolerable to me when consumed with rye bread.
Our hotel in Stykkisholmur sits on a hill facing an interesting church and the bay:
~~~~To be continued~~~