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In northern Iceland we have tempetures during the winter times of -25°c (-13 Farenheit) which isn't that extremely bad, what is bad is that we only have a handfull of days during summer time when it goes over 20°c (68 Farenheit).

What we have in stead of great weather is geothermal activity and lots of hot water. Me and my girlfriend Hrund simply love this little cave called Grjótagjá. It's unique, it's weather resistant and it has the warmest water (42°c/107°F).

The best thing about it is that it has no sign of human interference, all natural and no one trying to charge anything...

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