postcards from the blue lagoon

dear friends,

we have spent half of this year so far in the beautiful healing geothermal seawaters of the blue lagoon. it’s rich in minerals, silica & algae, great for the skin & the perfect way to spend a day in below zero (celcius) temperatures.

it’s like a fancy version of a lot of the thermal pools in new zealand. there’s big fluffy bathrobes, lockers that are opened/closed with a wristband (which can also be used to purchase food & drink at the poolside cafe) and sumputous blue lagoon products in the showers.

there’s lots of sections in the pools, as well as a waterfall (great for massage), a cave, sauna and steam bath. they also have silica mud beside the pools, so everyone can enjoy a free skin-cleansing facial mudpack.

a local brew. quite good actually.

the moon looks really big when you’re this high up on the globe

hoping your year has also commenced with an amazing start and just keeps getting better and better.

with love,

7 thoughts on “postcards from the blue lagoon

  • Simply gorgeous photos! So remote and different from most places we frequent. Thanks for sharing. xo

  • Wow Wow Wow! A.MAzing! What beautiful, stunning photos. What an incredible place. I have loved catching up on your blog and all the wonderful photography contained therein. Happy New Year Leonie – what a start you are experiencing! (I’m sure you’ll get to see the northern lights.)

  • thank you love, these photos are stunning and confirm my need to see iceland one day for myself. happy new year. xo

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