I simply could not describe how disappointed and shocked I was at that moment. They could not deliver it to me at Berunes on the day after because it would take more than a day to deliver anything from Akureyri to any place beyond Myvatn - the post had to come to Myvatn first, and then it would move on. Then it seemed that I had to get it at Hofn, could not remember on the first day or the second day in Hofn. But then it was too late and I could not afford to keep buying films until I got it. Then out of a sudden I remembered Djupivogur, at where I was going to spend a few hours two days after. The staff said the parcel would be able to reach there two days after at noon, so it was kind of settle...
I then went to buy one more roll of film from the supermarket, it was more expensive than the one I had bought before but it had 36 exposures, so it was kind of reasonable...
Later the owner took us to Leirhnjukur. Although it was sunny at that time, we spent about 2 hours to finish the trail because it was rather mudddy and slippery due to the rain on the day before. It was a very special and exciting experience - walking on the lava field with smoke coming up from some of the lava around.
Our next stop was Hverfjall. It was rather easy to walk but when I was half way up to the top and looked back, it was rather scary - it was so high and steep that I felt like I was going to fall in any second. At the top of Hverfjall, we had a great view over looking the surrounding area.
We then went back to the guesthouse to get our swimming suit for bathing in the lagoon spa. On our way, we saw a girl hitchhiking, she would like to get to Reykjahlid, which was exactly the place we were heading. So the owner also gave her a lift.
The lagoon spa was very good, we spent almost 3 hours bathing in it. If you ever go to Myvatn, don't miss it.
拍攝器材：Contax T2 + Kodak ultra max 400