I would have to say that the last section of our trip was the most amazing. The full day hike into Thorsmork was unbelievable with its otherworldly canyons and vistas. Memories of the two days we spent at the Ice Lagoon in Jokulsarlon will stay with me for a very long time. We arrived at sunset to watch the seals and birds play in the moving icebergs. It was very cold and we were tired from driving so decided to sleep in our van in the parking lot. We bundled up cooked an amazing lamb dinner with our little camping set up and enjoyed the view until it was time to go to bed. In the morning we explored more of the icebergs from shore and then took a zodiac tour to the base of the glacier. On our way back in on the boat we heard a large explosion and when we turned we saw an enormous chunk of an iceberg break off in to the sea and then the whole iceberg flipped and changed shape to show its underside. Fortunately we were a safe distance away from the iceberg as it was much larger underneath. I was just in awe of the shapes and sounds of this changing place and the thoughts that this glacier might have melted away by the time I get to return here.