Today we drove almost 300k (around 180 miles) and made several stops as we visited popular and not-so-popular spots in West Iceland. It was a day that included hot springs, waterfalls, beaches, seals, and mountain views.
After a long plane ride from Seattle, we arrived at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland around 5:30 a.m. We then took a bus to Reykjavik where we picked up and loaded our camper van at Cozy Campers.
Eventually, we got underway and hit our first highlight of this 31-day adventure - Glymur, Iceland's second tallest waterfall. We then finished the day in our first campground where we had a view of the ocean and the sunset. Keep reading for all the details.
This post provides some details about driving in beautiful Iceland. It's not difficult, but if you aren't paying attention, there are lots of places where a moment of lapse of concentration can ruin your vacation (at best) or cost you your life (at worst).