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... area, but not actually within the caldera is Námafjall, a mountain, beneath which is Hverir, a geothermal area with boiling mudpools and steaming fumaroles.Mývatn
... that was just too amazing for words - and, unfortunately, there was nowhere to pull over and take a photo of it. The entire side was covered in foliage with reds, oranges and the deep green moss, but there was also a purple-ish hue from the volcanic ash underneath and, particularly with the light, it looked like the whole mountain was one giant opal, colours almost swimming together. It was breathtaking. As we headed higher, the drive became ...
... and is persistent even after I kick him away a few times - he eventually gets the message though. After about twenty minutes I get picked up by a few Taiwanese tourists, but they can only drop me a couple of kilometres away as they want to turn off to visit Dimmu Borgir. Its only a couple of minutes however before I get picked up by another car - this one containing a Swiss guy and a Mexican guy, and they leave me at the campsite.
Its still windy so I scout ...
... and water activities. We chose to visit the stinky Hverir mud pots. Now we have both been to Yellowstone and I must say other than a different color of soil the mud pots were pretty much the same. And if you're wondering the water in our room tonight smells to high heaven and we have to shower in that in the morning, yuck. Anyhow, after Hverir we moved onto to Viti Crater which is filled with water. If we had had ...
... passing tourists. The simple reason being that there are such big gaps between towns and everyone is looking for a hot drink and a snack. We actually purchased a cheap thermos flask yesterday and we are sure that will come in handy over the next few days.
The weather remains overcast and showery as we continue our journey to our next stop at Lake Myvatn. As with the morning drive, the landscape changes every twenty minutes or so. There are large tracts ...