Iceland - Journal entry 3
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skaftafell was just awesomeâ€¦ The ice, blue sky (almost) and only the top of
some mountains in clouds (which was beautiful). The visitor centre has an
electrical sign saying 20.5Â°c! We havenâ€™t had any rain yet and I donâ€™t think we
will have any until at least tomorrow. I just Read in the info brochure that we
got from this expensive camping (isk 600pp) that this area is always warmer
than the rest of
Now in vogar near the Myvatn lakeâ€¦ very fairy and magical. Monday was a long busride from Hofn to Egillstadir. Before that we were in the magical, ice blue lagoon Jokulsarlon. Walked for so long and I could have spent my whole life sitting there! So quiet and peaceful. Seals, birds that come at you â€¦ wild campingâ€¦ from there onto HĂ¶fn, loud camping, warmest night though!
Egillstadir to Vogar.
Yesterday we rent bikes and saw the whole lake like that. So windy and cold! No rain yet though!The foresty HĂ¶fdi bit was so fairy and magical as well!
This morning we woke up with the sun, and itâ€™s such a contrast with yesterday. So warm! Nice, no wind!!! Woohoo! Up to krafla now!
Myvatn and surroundings.
We decided to not go to dettifoss an asbyrgi but do a walk to krafla instead and what a walk it was! About 32km. We only left at 12, and also got back about that time. Tired legs, painful feet with blisters, a painful arm, a winging miekeâ€¦ but the views were awesome! We could even see the vatnajokull glacier. Krafla is noisy!