Waterfalls, Black Beaches and Walking, Walking Walking!!!!!

First thing this morning I stopped at the Skógafoss waterfall. It is quite powerful….the new raincoat from MEC got a good workout. From the base of the waterfall you can hike/climb up to the top. There are stairs but…… Oh my it was sure a workout. From there I ventured on to the Solheimasandur Plane Wreck. It was curious to see, but not sure it was worth the 4km or more round trip walk. However I also got to have some quiet time down by the water. I couldn’t resist putting my feet in the water; it did feel good after the walk.

I then took some time to explore the village of Vik, a nice little spot with a great spot for dinner. On the way to my guesthouse for the night, I drove through a lava field for many many kilometers. It was left from an eruption in 1783.

As for the walking, my Fitbit tells me I did just over 26000 steps for the day. A record I think, which is why I had that amazing Skyr cake for dessert. A few of the pictures are from the guest house that I stayed at last night, The Lindatúrn Guesthouse. It was a great place to stay and I highly recommend it.

I couldn’t resist…..yes it was dam cold
No selfie this time. Overlooking the top of the Skógafoss waterfall
This friendly gal greeted me as I pulled into my guesthouse tonight.
Just a little wet at the Skógafoss waterfall.
I can see why this is the number 1 restaurant in the Vik area. Great seafood soup, char, and skyr cake.

Char dinner at Sudur Vik.
I couldn’t resist. Black beach
Lindatúrn Guesthouse
Breakfast room at Lindatúrn Guesthouse

I made the climb to the top of the Skógafoss waterfall. A great leg workout.
Solheimasandur plane wreck.

Church on the hill overlooking Vik.

Seafood soup at Sudur Vik
Dam good skyr cake at Sudur Vik.
The town of Vik

Over looking the Skógafoss waterfall
Inside of the Solheimasandur Plane Wreck

Skógafoss waterfall

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