But there are lots of holes in the ground you have to be careful to avoid:
It also has glaciers:
And steam coming right out of the ground:
We saw a small amount of water shoot up in the air:
And a much greater amount of water plunging down to the ground:
My primary human had an awesome scarf to protect her from the cold:
And my secondary human provided a snug place for me to take shelter:
I met lots of interesting, friendly folks on our trip:
We came across this gentleman, just chilling in the park (see what I did there?):
And I met a fellow bear standing guard outside a shop:
This fine fellow had a place of prominence in the town centre:
And the legend of the Icelandic Christmas Cat says he will eat anyone who doesn't get new clothes for Christmas, so it looks like I'd better ask for a new jumper!
The Icelandic horse has its own monument:
Thor is still important to the Icelandic people, as evidenced by this representation of him in a shop:
But alongside all the ancient myths and traditions, the cathedral only dates back to the 1980s and kind of looks like its made of lego:
The humans and I really enjoyed our trip to Iceland!