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Blue Lagoon is a Geothermal Spa in Southwest Iceland, located almost mid-way between Keflavik Airport and Reykjavik, close to the town of Grindavik. It is a by product of the nearby Svartsengi geothermal power plant. The warm waters are rich in minerals like silica and sulfur and bathing in the Blue Lagoon is reputed to help many people suffering from skin diseases such as psoriasis. The water temperature ...
... Airport, is the largest airport in Iceland and the country's main hub for international transportation. It is situated 3.1 km west of Keflavik and 50 km south-west of Reykjavík. The airport has three runways, of which two are operated, and ...
... empty. And bathing area also empty! Great idea to come early in the morning!! Dotted around are pots of silica mud that you can use on your body as an exfoliant. You slather it on and wait 10 minutes for it to dry, before washing it off. I actually felt quite smooth afterwards. I found a nice quiet spot to sit. I'm not good at relaxing. I'm always on the go, doing something, thinking about something, ...
... known as the Drowning Pool.
Continuing our drive east out of the city, we came to one of the most impressive waterfalls in Iceland, known as Gullfoss or Golden Falls. By now you may have figured out that "Foss" means waterfall. By the end of the trip we had become a bit jaded after seeing dozens of waterfalls that rival Niagara in their size and force. In typical Walking ...
... this is an impression you get immediately when you walk through the airport terminal, and onto one of the many coaches, which are fully equipped with free WiFi (National Express take note).
There were some strange things about Iceland that are very unique. The most prevalent one is that the hot water smells like egg. No really, it does. I'm no geologist, but presumably this is a result of the high sulfur content in the water around Iceland. ...