One made sure One took along One’s personal chefs.
Water water everywhere….
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.