Godafoss

From the Colonel's Regiment

The waterfall of Godafoss still contains all Pelham's stuff

Godafoss is a small waterfall close to the main highway in Northern Iceland, about 40km east of Akureyri. The Colonel's Regiment stopped to see it for about five minutes during mission 13. Its sole claim to fame is that Þorgeirr Þorkelsson Ljósvetningagoði, an Icelandic Pelham, stopped off on his way back from the AlÞing to Akureyri, to chuck some stuff into it.