Sometimes lazy days are the best days. We have officially rounded the ring road, and as our trip is almost coming to a close (we leave Saturday), we are trying to spend these last few days enjoying elements of Icelandic culture, and finishing up projects and our portfolios. Since our current projects is on portraits and still lives, we were given the morning to spend shooting, which was greatly appreciated considering how busy we have been. After that, we embarked on a day adventure to the small town of Borgarnes, and ate lunch at a beautiful vegetarian buffet, while some braved the cultural divide and tried horse meat! Apparently it tastes like a really good steak -Josh, who hates horses. After lunch, we had an hour and a half to explore the town, where we saw 3 adorable cats, a few cute dogs, many playgrounds, and practically no people. As we wandered in and out through the few quaint stores they had, we found a super cute yarn store with some of the cheapest yarn I have seen, let alone that of 100% wool. On the way out of Borgarnes, we stopped at a craft market to pick up ice cream, and somehow Charles justified the purchase of a 200 dollar knife made of Reindeer and Ram horns. When we arrived back at our guesthouse, we had more time to work on our projects before gearing up for dinner- Hamburgers for our meat eaters, and pesto pizza for me! Later we will be sharing all of our blogs over farm fresh ice cream. Tomorrow, we are ready for a day of lava caving!