In July 2008 I went to Iceland with a group of friends on a 6-day hike (80km) through a beautiful and varied area from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk and then on to Skógar. We hiked along volcanic mud pools, across snowfields and black lava fields, along glaciers and we saw many lakes, rivers and waterfalls.
The last few days we hired two cars and visited some spectacular waterfalls like Svartifoss, Seljalandfoss and Gullfoss, the impressive glacier lake Jökulsárlon, the geyser Strokkur and Cape Ingólfshöfdi where a lot of puffins breed.
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