We stopped at Egilstaðir where we had our lunch for about an hour, waiting for another bus. Then we took the TREX bus to Berunes. On the way we stopped at Breiðdalsvík for about 10 minutes. It was a small village, very peaceful. There was an gallery which I would like to have a look, but it was closed for the day.
We arrived at Berunes at 15:00pm. And look we got crushed stones again! The stopping point was quite away from the hostel, and the path was full of crushed stones! While my sister was struggling in the crushed stones with her suitcase, I first walk to the hostel with my backpack and my bag of cameras, and then came again for another suitcase and my sister's bag. Luckily, on my way to the hostel I met the owner, and he was very kind that he drove his car to gave us a lift, thank you very much.
Berunes was very picturesque, lovely! After getting the path details from the owner, We hiked to the small waterfall which was just behind the hostel. I must say Berunes itself was more attractive than the waterfall. The day was long and we still have time after seeing the waterfall, so we walked to the beach. It was marvelous with the sunset!
At night, we met a Belgium couple. They were going around Iceland clockwise and going to leave Berunes on the next day in the morning, too. I kindly asked if they could give us a life to Djúpivogur and they said that they would not mind. Originally, I had asked the owner if he could drive us to Djúpivogur in the morning, but as he had some work to do so he would not be available until 11:00am. Since I would like to have more time to look around Djúpivogur, I decided to go with the Belgium couple. We were really fortune.
The hostel in Berunes is very pretty and clean, I strongly recommend to stay at there. (There was also a very friendly and lovely cat)
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