We came by this Foss (=waterfall) by coincidence. In fact, we wanted to visit Haifoss, which was unfortunately unaccessible due to ice and snow. A shame because it is one of the highest waterfalls in Iceland. But trying to get there was already worth it as we saw amazing landscapes covered in snow and turquoise lakes. What stopped us in the end was the fact that we would have had to cross some sort of frozen lake, which was only around 30cm deep yet we didn’t want to risk wet feet and a massive cold... So while we were driving back we saw a car parked in a different place and just stopped out of curiosity and after a five minute walk, we found this beauty which is called Hjalparfoss and looks like two waterfalls are flowing into one. There’s some awesome rocks around I couldn’t resist climbing up, something that drives my boyfriend crazy... Which are you? The monkey like me, or the worried responsible one?😉
🇫🇷🇬🇧 Voici les compositions des matchs de début de soirée concernant les joueurs islandais en Ligue Europa. Traustason va jouer avec Malmö contre Besiktas, malheureusement, Malmö est troisième derrière Besiktas. Le match se joue en Turquie. 👀
Fjoluson est pour une fois titulaire avec Krasnodar. Le club russe se déplace sur le terrain de Séville. Krasnodar est premier de son groupe et possède trois points d'avance sur Séville.
Here are the compositions of the early evening games for Icelandic players in the Europa League. Traustason will play with Malmö against Besiktas, unfortunately, Malmö is third behind Besiktas. The match is played in Turkey. 👀
Fjoluson is for once titular with Krasnodar. The Russian club moves on the field of Seville. Krasnodar is first in his group and has three points ahead of Sevilla.
In the middle of Jökulsárlón, Iceland’s most famous glacial lake. Looking for seals, watching the beautiful blue icebergs and gazing at the vastness and infinity of nature 💎
|| Getting lost in Iceland 🌋
📍Reikjavik , Iceland 🇮🇸
💡Interesting facts :
🔸Just two degrees south of the Arctic Circle at a latitude of 64 degrees and 8 minutes north, Reykjavik is the northernmost capital on the planet.
🔸The steam rising from the area's hot springs gave Reykjavik its name, which literally translates to “Cove of Smokes,” or more eloquently, "Smoky Bay."
Follow @citybestviews for the best urban photo👆
Here’s some winter vibes while I’m sitting back home in a place that has no winter. 😅 Not complaining though coz as much as I love winter clothes, I can’t stand the cold. Are you a summer ☀️ or winter ❄️ person? 😃
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