I got to spend last week touring Iceland and what a place to see! Despite the wind, rain and chilly temperatures, I had an amazing time. There were the most unique landscapes comprised of glaciers, volcanoes, and ocean. Sheep were abundant as well as horses – all unique to Iceland. The buildings were colorful and simple and sometimes covered with grass as a roof. I was jealous of the farms with private waterfalls on their property and we did stop at a few to admire the beauty. We also did a cave tour through Buri, a lava tube of about 1km. It was really interesting to climb into a cave with ice formations in the first two rooms. Definitely made for slippery climbing over the rocks. Then it was cool to see the lava frozen in time as it cooled. Such beauty in the colors and lines. I have to say the most amazing place I got to see was Jokulsarlon or literally glacial lagoon. Absolutely breathtaking to see icebergs floating, some with seals on top, with a backdrop of the glacier and the volcano. The color of the ice was this gorgeous turquoise blue! We also went across the street to the ocean side and that was amazing as well. There were “beached” icebergs some as clear as glass and others a beautiful blue color among the black sand beach with waves crashing amongst them . There are no true words to describe the feeling you experience seeing this scene and neither my partner nor I wanted to leave.