EPI and R battle it out with water pistols by the hot tub.
One made sure One took along One’s personal chefs.
Water water everywhere….
Ten points if you can guess what this is.
Is there any greater work of art than that created by nature?
I ask you!
… Did I already say ‘everywhere’…?
The wall holding up the bridge spanning the river running from the waterfall. It was put up there in the 1930s when the King [of Denmark, and at that time of Iceland, too] came on a royal visit. They even made him a special ‘road’ so he could ride from Þingvellir to Geysir; they call this ‘King’s road’ and today it is little more than a mud track. But one very convenient for accessing the waterfall, which is named ‘Brúarfoss’ – Bridge Waterfall.
Lake Laugarvatn. Taken after the steam bath on our way home today. In the distance: Mt. Hekla, our resident active volcano that entertains us by erupting every 10 years or so. As you can see the weather today was overcast and absolutely calm. Temps are 9°C at the time of writing. Daybreak: 04.59; nightfall 21.56.
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