After a long sunny drive we entered the area with the most remote settlements and farms in Iceland, the Strandir. Even for the westfjords the area is remote, the track into the Strandir is not a F-Road, but prone to storm and rockslides after rain. There are no shops, only one hotel, one guesthouse, three self catering cabins and two campsites, thats it. If you go there, plan ahead and check the weather for the next days, as the road is impassable quite often. But the area is well worth the hussle, in fact it is my favourite place in the Westfjords. When we approached the Strandir, the weatherforecast predicted a very severe storm in the eastfjords, but the westfjords should get just heavy rain and a moderate storm. As we stayed two nights in Djupavik, this seemed to be ok. We arrived with sunshine, we outweathered the storm and we left the Strandir on a sunny afternoon again. Quite an experience, even if it was "only" a moderate storm.