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The Blue Lagoon

Our Last Day in Iceland

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Our final day in Iceland focused on our visit to the iconic Blue Lagoon.

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The lagoon formed in 1976 as runoff from the nearby geothermal power plant. The water truly is a milky-blue & is touted to be good for the skin. The large lagoon includes many connected large & small pool areas. We enjoyed meandering through all of them. We also applied our complimentary silica face masks and slurped on our “Krap” brand cherry slushies.

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We said our goodbyes to Happy Camper & boarded our three-fourths full flight to Seattle. Earl & I had an empty seat between us, which made the trip spacious & comfortable. A quick layover in Seattle gave us a chance to clear customs before boarding our final flight to Ontario. Then Home Sweet Home!

Posted by WorldTravl 23:05 Archived in Iceland

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