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Enjoying Iceland at 1AM
Iceland

Driving from Selfoss to Reykjavik, you'll find Hveragerði along the road. After driving through the village and take a 3km hike into the mountains, you'll find a thermical torrent which is 35°C. 


Known by not to many tourists this valley is a tranquil place where you can go back to nature the proper way!

This image was taken at 1AM in the morning :) 

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Uploaded: 14/06/2013
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