Iceland's most profound wonder is the beauty of its nature.
There are countless waterfalls, natural hot springs, crystal clear rivers, mountainous volcanos, and icy glaciers, everywhere you look.
The country makes very minimal impact on its natural landscape. Waters run clear, and the air you breathe feels so crisp and refreshing. During our drive out of the city, it felt like we stopped every 10 minutes to take photos of a random river, or a small, yet beautiful, waterfall.
It isn't uncommon to have to stop in the middle of the highway to let sheep cross. They run free for miles, feeding off the grass that nature feeds them.
Seeing the purity of Iceland's nature really sets the bar to the meaning of terms like: "organic", "free-range", "wild-caught".
More to see... Day Three: Fish Town