Some watercrossings even gave information on how to do the crossing. Since Sandra didn't want wet boots we had her sandles always ready. After all the cold water we went for a swim in one of the big natural hot pots. The people on Iceland like hot dogs for a snack. You get them everywhere. We still had time for a last tour into the highland and so we headed out in the morning. Sandra said there would be no water today but the guide book said something about a steep climb. Once we left the road we followed a valley that lead us higher and higher towards the highlands. on the way between Akureyri and Laugafell There was a small creek we had to cross a couple of times but not worth mentioning. Then it became steeper and steeper. The rock became bigger and almost had the size of soccerballs. Then the creek decided to come down our path. The intercom had been quiet for some time already when all of a sudden I heard Sandra say: if you want to you can turn around. Yeah, right. In this situation there was no turning around. The only way was to wrestle the bike all the way up the path. We finally reached the highest point and then had a smooth ride across the highlands. After reaching Laugafell we took a route that brought us back to the road in the north.