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After a good night sleep we started the day with driving to a nice fjord near Glymur. We then went to Thingvelir, where we had a flat tire, then the amazing Gullfoss falls, Geysir thermo area and the beautiful Kerid crater. We then arrived to Selfoss fr a dinner a x a good night sleep. Tomorrow we are off to the glacier. :)
... proofed with Goretex jackets and British rain pants so the wetness was simply refreshing on the face.
From there, our sightseeing was done and we made our way warily past three big volcanoes including Eyjafjallajökull which disrupted world air traffic in 2010. Another country hotel but this one seems to be lacking in bus traffic for which we are grateful. The hot tubs and sauna turned out to be a good choice after ...
... my car kept skidding. At one point that I was almost sure that I won't be able to make my way back. Thank God that I arrived my hostel safely after 2 hrs scary drive. But before the storm, I saw northern light in all red! I wasn't so sure if it was northern light as it is usually in green. But later on, local people and Google told me that northern light can be very different. Sometimes they can even be brown!
... close to it without getting wet. We took a few pictures as from further away sadly we had the odd person in our way trying to do what we all want to do – take the perfect shot. On our way to the next waterfall we came across some thermals, so much steam just rising up from the ground and yes it smelt familiar to Rotorua. We also saw some more snow and after making a snowman and having a bit of a ...
... once you get your head through it will feel as though you are being strangled by a weak man." While I can't speak to the first part of that, it was definitely a snug fit around the neck.
Next we grabbed our mask, snorkel and fins and headed to the water. You have to climb into the water via metal stairs and are instructed to not touch or disturb the rocks and algae living on the rocks. The teddy bear suit and dry suit keep you surprisingly warm in ...