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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.


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.


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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