We have been looking for signs everywhere! We even climbed the only hill to be found in Innri Njarðvík as you can see.
Some of the signs were easy to find while others were a little bit more difficult.
We thought for example that this sign was of a woman holding a lollipop or of a girl holding a balloon or a toffee. But it meant none of these. So after reading about what the sign meant we went looking for signs telling drivers to be careful because there might be children playing in the area and we found these signs doing so.
It was not difficult understanding or finding this sign telling us where we can cross a street though it looks a little different from the Polish version.
It was a little bit more difficult to find the signs assigned from Spain.
First of all we thought that this sign was a warning about reindeers crossing a road or simply letting us know that there are reindeers around. We did not find such a sign here in Innri Njarðvík but decided to look for signs of animals instead and found these signs showing birds to be found here as well as a sign telling us about the animals that came with the settlers of Iceland and which can be found in our little zoo that you’ve seen pictures from.
And we do not have forests so we thought of what people might want to come and see here in Innri Njarðvík and thought once more of the zoo but also of the the Viking museum, Víkingaheimar.
We also found some additional signs of ours looking slightly different!
We are going to keep looking!