Day 9 In Iceland
The peninsula of Snæfellsnes is about a two hour drive from Reykjavik, and spans about 90 kilometers. The area consists of marshes, black sand beaches, mountains, glaciers, and a few small towns.
The little restaurant I ate at at the base of Mt. Stapafell
That glacier in the background is called Snæfellsjökull
As I walked towards the ocean, there were these massive walls made of hardened lava that you had to walk through.
One of the beaches even has the remnants of a 1913 shipwreck strewn across the shore, which was super cool to me because I kind of have an obsession with shipwrecks.
I love the volcanic sand… If you look carefully, theres a couple kissing in the bottom left corner.
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