7 thoughts on “Horses of Iceland

  1. […] After turning our skin to raisins by exhausting the facilities, we left after two hours and headed Lagarfljót Lake, located in close proximity to Egilsstaðir. This was our first experience of the infamous dirt roads and tested my rally driving. Fortunately, plenty of years playing Colin McCrae as a child came in handy! Always give space to drivers around though and be respectful throughout. We were fortunate to be joined by a local farm of horses at the side of the road, where pig embraced her animalistic side and made some new friends! They didn’t particularly enjoy apple though…. (see more photos here) […]

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