The last Day in Iceland

The last day of our journey we spent on the Reykjanes peninsula and visited the geothermal fields of Krýsuvík one more time. But this time it wasn’t raining cats and dogs and we had a great view over Kleifarvatn and the sea. During our stay in Iceland we slowly got used to the pungent smell of sulphur but this should be the last time we smelled it.

Click on the picture to see the rainy and the sunny side of Krýsuvík:

Since we still had some time until the departure of our plane we drove further to the bridge between the continents and walked between the Eurasian and the North American tectonic plates in just a few seconds.

From the plane we had an amazing last view over the glacier which was a great end of our vacation!

So this was the last post of my Iceland travel diary. I hope you’ve enjoyed the short reports and impressions from the journey!

Stay tuned for a ‘Best of Iceland’ post next week!

Day 1, Part 1 – How to shoot a geysir?
Day 1, Part 2 – Hot springs on the moon
Day 2 – Colour attack!
Day 3 – Waterfalls in the North-East
Day 4 – The Day I preferred a cracker to a cookie
Day 5 – Wet again but hej, two rainbows!
Day 6 – Hello rain again
Day 7 – Welcome to the capital: Reykjavik
Day 8 – You’re here!

My Iceland Top Ten
My Iceland Essentials

10 thoughts on “The last Day in Iceland

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