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Blue Lagoon

To relax on our final day in Iceland we went to the Blue Lagoon. This is a really strange place, built in a lava field in the shadow of a geothermal plant - the water is 'waste' water from the thermal plant, high in silica giving it an opaque blue/white colour. There is something odd about swimming outside in a country like Iceland.

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