2 Hrutspungur. Ram's testicles pickled in whey made into a cake - as delicious as Selhurst Park pies.
3 Enn ein stodin. Iceland's No 1 TV programme, a sort of Drop the Dead Donkey with snow.
4 The Great Geyser near Gullfoss, which, like "Great Geezer" Steve Coppell, has been around for about 600 years.
5 Blurred nights in Kassibarin, the Reykjavik bar co-owned by singer Damon Albarn.
6 Yarns about warrior Eric the Red, who colonised Greenland in 982. Selhurst only has yarns about Eric of the Reds causing a stir in 1995.
7 Hallgrimskirkja, a church in Reykjavik designed to resemble a mountain of lava.
8 Rare winter rays. (And there will be no Ray through the SE25 winter either.)
9 Asatru, a minority Norse religion which focuses on nature's harmony and natural forces.
10 The geothermal Blue Lagoon. Like Selhurst Park, only hotter and more popular on Saturdays.