Búlandstindur, which is so uniform it looks almost man made. I wanted to grab some film of the view, and as we weren't in a hurry we had a little look inside the window, expecting the place to be stripped bare. However, we found the inside full of crockery and furniture, well used pots still on the stove and even a large locked chest! It had clearly been abandoned for a long time, since the fifties or sixties by the looks of the items inside. Upstairs in the gloom we even found traditional Icelandic beds, quite like these ones at Glaumbaer historic farm. The farmhouse would definitely be a beautiful place to live, perched on a hillside of grasses in front of a huge mountain, with views across the bay - but with fairly thin walls clad in corrugated iron, I can't imagine the place was too warm in the winter!