the shortest stop we did in iceland ever! lol

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stopping at skógarfoss before we head to to the black beaches of vik and camping for our second night at jökulsárlón icebergs - it was the shortest stop at any site in iceland we made!

we parked in the parking lot and maike said to hurry - lol bossy she was :P hahahahaha. so we went into the falls - looked around and took pictures - but the one thing that increased my utmost curiosity - was the path leading to the falls and Þórsmörk. i was tempeted to go up that path and perhaps a better view of eyjafjallajökull glacier and volcano - but - i dont want to cause delay and disruption to the guys - perhaps another time. 

there were alot of tour buses came and people started to flow into the falls, i dont have any interests anymore to stay longer - erik - who was surprisingly always with me that time lol -  headed also back to the car - we passed a couple of girls from the tour buses and erik really said HI to them hahahahaha.

anyway - as we waited for the other guys to come - i smoked and looked at our cars - soon to be beaten with mud and dirty water splashed into it and i compared them to the clean tour buses that were parked, threw my cigarette butt and walked with a smile on my face back to our cars. traveling is great.

dave switched cars and we welcomed him inside the ass killa! :D hahahahaha we drove further east into the black beaches of vik, very very very curious about. because before i could see it, i know it will be my favorite place in iceland.

lauro says:
you should see godafoss!!!
Posted on: Dec 09, 2012
mountaingirl says:
I think this waterfall is more awesome than Gulfoss :)
Posted on: Dec 09, 2012
lauro says:
hahahaha i like how you "boss" people around :P they were kinda scared of you and followed your "orders" all the time hahahahah hahahahaha
Posted on: Oct 29, 2010
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