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Day 2 in Iceland and my life has been changed aaaand I'm not sure it's for the better. Why? Well, because I went to the blue lagoon and it was AWESOME. Now whenever I'm near water I'm gonna be all "this ain't no blue lagoon, I'll tell you that much. Does it have silica with anti-aging properties? Is it already warmed to a comfortable temperature?" but then on the ...
... no Hollywood-like lava filled trenches, some of these fissures are 30 or so meters deep and some are filled with absolutely pristine water. In one spot, people have engaged in that peculiar habit of throwing coins in the water to the extent that the grotto looks like a lost pirate treasure.
Tomorrow, we bring the voyage to an end with our flight back. It doesn’t leave until late in the day, so we still have time to hit a few more sights – full contact vacation to the ...
... into one of the faults beautifully, then drove further down the valley to the ice cold lake, forget the name of it but its fed 90% by glacial water thats percolated and filtered through the basaltic ground rock, discharging in the rift valley to create Iceland’s biggest lake. Within the lake are more fault lines where the rift valley floor is splitting apart and its here people scuba dive down into them, the famous site called Silfra. Something i’m very keen to do one ...
Another action packed day. We headed out in the morning to what they call the Golden Circle - a popular tourist route in South Iceland, covering about 300 km looping from Reykjavik into central Iceland and back. I am copying info from Wikipedia on the details of each of the ...
... along the gravel road for another hour or so bouncing around like popping popcorn. The baby seemed to love the bouncy drive and kicked and rolled around the whole way! Our final stop of the day was Europe's most powerful waterfall called Dettifloss in the Jokulsa River Canyon. The roar of the water was pretty epic and the spray travelled about 600m towards the car park. We then had another few hours drive to reach Faskusfjordur on the Eastern Coast. Lots of mountains ...