After two intense days in the mountains, I take a bit of a breather and sleep in until noon. The rainy weather doesn’t encourage riding, so I stay at the Dalvík campsite until 4 pm and only then ride north towards Siglufjörður.
The road seems incredibly long, and I start to nod off. A few kilometres south of Hofsós I notice a sign with a waffle and “coffee” written on it. Time for a break to get something sweet to eat, and more importantly to get a shot of caffeine, a must today.
As I come inside, it turns out it’s not only a cafe, but primarily a museum of vintage cars with an impressive private collection of more than 400 vehicles. This is how I got to Samgöngusafnið í Stóragerði (Vintage Auto Museum Iceland).