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... special silica mud and had a laugh with the others that we met. We also a met a couple of Icelandic girls who took us back to Reykjavik, we moved into our new hostel for the night. Met back up with all the backpackers that we met at Blue Lagoon in the evening and went on a bar crawl across Reykjavik, the night life wasn't quite the same as it was on ...
... as expected, Europeans are certainly not prudish about letting it all hang out in the open change rooms and showers! Once sufficiently clean, you walk out to the lagoon deck, store your towel on a rack and walk into the murky, eerily milky blue steaming water. The water is warm to hot, depending on the spot that you are in around the lagoon. The bottom of the lagoon is rocky and extremely uneven, so you have to be careful when walking around or you will slip and ...
... over four months. But, what a difference a day can - and did - make. On Monday we were in verdant Scotland; on Tuesday, amongst the barren volcanic rocks of Iceland. Of course, there is also green - a beautiful green, reminiscent of Ireland. The mineral-richness of the soils left after a volcano is clear. What a contrast. Not only fire and ice, but also barren black and emerald green.
We haven't yet had enough exposure to form ...
... the last one for us. Either way, it is right up there with "not to be missed" falls. The entire river make a roughly right-angle turn to cascade down an 11 meter drop only to then head for a second 20 meter drop into a canyon. Given the number of visitors, the whole safety at the edges is carefully handled. This is unlike Dettifoss where you can go right up to the edge and hang your feet over if you so desire. Plenty of warnings in both places but the onus and ...
This is a new way to let you know about our travels. It's called TravelPod and I'd like to know what you think of it after a couple of entries. No need to give you all of the gory details about our attempts to get from Albuquerque to Iceland. Simply put it involved ...