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Walked up the large hill next to our wooden cabin this morning before breakfast, magnificent views over looking the Eyjafjallajokull glacier. Walked back down to the cabin for eggs and bacon. Packing up everything we checked out and headed towards Árborg where we met Dad for lunch at a restaurant overlooking the Ölfusá a very powerful river that splits the town in two.
After lunch we drove up to our new house in Laugarvatn in convoy. Nestled ...
... which is several amazing things all at once. Yes, the Westman Islands were amazing but Thingvellir held one of the more dramatic and stunning landscapes I've ever seen. At this point it also started raining, intense rain and dark brooding clouds which only added to the haunting beauty of the landscape. Thingvellir is a National Park, and it is the site of the first Icelandic parliament. The whole area forms a sort of natural amphitheater, and people would gather ...
... all visitors wanting to explore the cave should have the following; good flashlight, hiking boots, warm clothes, helmets, and kneepads. We had none of the above except the warm clothes which we have lots of! We entered the cave anyway because it was so cool to have the chance to explore a lava tube! The cave was 1.5km long and was said to have amazing ice formations at the end, but the last 1km of it would be pitch black. We ventured ...
... can get before it stops being water. So we are all wearing "dry suits".
Problem number two: fish are smarter than people in this instance and choose to spend their holidays, as well as all other days, in warmer water. Great visibility, but almost nothing to see except some extremely weird underwater grass that looks just like neon green silly string.
Still, good to ...
... as the golden circle. From Glenfoss we drive south through some more spectacular scenery on the way to the highway 1, which will be our official start of the ring road. Upon reaching highway 1 the weather became even more dreary, light rain and clouds constantly. We stopped at a local grocery store in ...