The biggest difference was the type of terrain: there were lakes everywhere and the earth was almost always muddy, which is why, most of the roads were built with bricks, which also made it possible to move wagons and caravans.
About an hour after they left Innsjo's borders and they found themselves in front of a large, flat valley, strewn with many pools of water, just over a few meters wide.
"And what are those, little ponds?" asked Karl, intrigued by the unusual landscape.
"Do you remember when I told you about the hydrothermal springs?" asked Dag, turning to his companions, who looked at him as if they didn't understand what he was talking about.
"I had no doubt... well, when we were on the boat, I spoke to Emil, the captain. He told me that there used to be a volcano on the bottom of the Lukket Sea. This explains why these small lakes, which are actually natural thermal baths!" continued Dag, fascinated by what he saw.
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