Day 3 turned out to be a very busy day. We saw many beautiful sights. We only had 15 minutes left when we arrived in our guest house before the nearest restaurant (8km down the road) closed.
After a good night of sleep we woke up with the following view.
After a few minutes driving we noticed a sign of the waterfall Urriðafoss and decided to check it out. It was pretty nice, but not that special as you can see on the right side.
We continued our trip to one of the most spectacular waterfalls of Iceland, Seljalandfoss. It's near road 1, hence easy to reach (very touristic). This waterfall is special as it's possible to walk around the waterfall, as you can see in the pictures.
A few hundred meters walking there's a hidden waterfall (Gljúfrafoss) in sort of a cave. It's possible to get there without getting your feet wet, but you'll have to set your feet carefully on a few rocks in the water to enter the cave.
Afterwards we got into our little Suzuki Jimny again and headed towards the waterfall Skogafoss. Unfortunately there was a filming crew that was allowed to use most of the space near the waterfall.
Further down road one there's a spot where there are hundreds of little and larger stone stacks (Laufskálavarða).
Continuing down road 1 we passed a big lava field where we stopped to take a few pictures. It's endless. Apparantly it takes hundreds of year before plants start growing on lava.
At our guest house, after dinner around midnight I went outside as my wife wanted me to take some pictures of the beautiful starry sky. By coincidence I captured the northern lights / aurora. Unfortunately I didn't see anything of it myself, as I had a very long exposure on my camera.