Then curious Icelandic horses forced us to stop us. They are a noticeably more abundant hair to the traditional and much more bajitos. The explanation is that this horse has not evolved since medieval times due to its isolation, which in these latitudes is only possible to observe this peculiar equine species. The green of the meadows that we crossed us impresses, so neat, so Immaculate, in the same way the farms are no longer our attention, so lonely, so of other times. Incidentally, many farms offer accommodation in the summer season, thus extending the reduced hotel infrastructure of Islandia.Llegamos finally to another of the major attractions of Iceland, the wonderful glacier lagoon Jokulsarlon, where float hundreds of icebergs and where it is possible to observe distracted seals resting on ice, with the impressive backdrop of Vatnajokull glacier. Many here choose to take a particular armored vehicle that carries from the coast to penetrate into the lagoon, sailing in the middle of the ice and noting their curious formations. We decided to not take it because we prefer to contemplate the beauty of the lagoon and take pictures from the shore. The route would take us now towards the wild fjords of East doing a stop along the way in the fishing village of Hofn where we tried the Lobster Soup, a delicious cream of fish with huge chunks of lobster that we enjoy so cute.
We stopped first at Djupivogur a small very picturesque fishing village with an interesting path for the observation of the flora and fauna of the place. As we were not tired we decided to continue until Egilsstadir, a surprisingly large city compared with the villages that we were encountering so far. It must be said, this sleeping in small places with charm and was liking us is that we decided to continue to Seyoisfjorour, a village of 800 inhabitants outside the traditional tourist routes.