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... required to finish high school and must be able to swim to graduate). There are very few private schools and higher education, while not free, is subsidized by government grants. The health care system is excellent and is supported through taxes. Iceland is considered to be "the safest country in the world" (if you don't count volcanos and earthquakes) with its extremely low crime rate. The police do not carry guns and there is no military. More than 85% of homes are ...
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Pan welais i Mr Llew heb grys yn y pwll nofio! Ond fy noff atgof yw cael ein huwchraddio i un o'r ...
... It looks like a trendy area and we visited Tiu dropar Café. A nice cosy hole in the wall cafe which serves great coffee and brunch. Sharon and I stopped here for some waffles. Delish! We headed up the hill to Reyjkavik's premiere cathedral Hallgrimskirka. It is this huge monolithic church which affords some of the best views of the city. After taking a hundred pics of this building we went to cafe Loki. ...
... the European Plate and the Norh American plates meet.
Pic 17 - Rocks
Interesting rock formation at the plates.
Pic 18 - Wishing Well
Super clean pools of water people use as wishing wells.
Pic 19 - Wishing Well
Pic 20 - Walking Between the Plates
Tammy and Dar ahead of me on the path between the plates.
Pic 21 - One Big Crack
Pic 22 - Tammy Walking Between the Plates
Pic 23 - ...
... a very cold breeze coming on shore so we don’t linger. We read the story on our app about the four stones on the beach used to gauge a fisherman's strength. We couldn't resist the sign on the post, once we figured it out – no cairn building, as these Icelanders (or tourists!) can’t resist piling stones anywhere and everywhere they go. There are stones everywhere. Back on 54 and next we took a turn off to view the lighthouse at Hellaar. ...