Milky Blue Lagoon

Our last taste of Iceland.

The Blue Lagoon is a man-made lagoon supplied by water from a geothermal power plant.
The water is milky blue and rich in silica and sulphur – smelt a bit off.
There’s something truly surreal about soaking in magical water at 37–39°C whilst being surrounded by hazy mountains.

What a way to end the trip. I miss you Iceland.

Land of Ice and Ice
Land of Ice and Ice

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