Relaxing in the Blue Lagoon in Iceland 🇮🇸 It far exceeded my expectations. I definitely thought it would be good, but was still surprised by how big it was and just how warm and pleasant the water really felt. If you go in winter or early spring, I suggest getting your ticket for the earliest time slot. We arrived before sunrise when it was very dark and there were fewer people. To experience the atmosphere as the sky grew lighter and the water began to glow was truly magical. ~
Photo by @evanbatky
You know how you go on a date and you haven't done enough "research"? ⠀
And by research, I mean Facebook and Instagram stalking. Seeing who your mutual friends are. Getting your friends to follow them. Etc. Ya get it (because I know you do it too!).⠀
That's how I felt about going to Iceland.⠀
I really didn't do my research. But after a four-day "date", Iceland is one of those countries that really surprised me!⠀
The sights are stunning. ⠀
The people hospitable. ⠀
And that R&B club we found?! #LittyCity ⠀
I wrote a blog post + a FREE guide here >> www.RachelTravels.com/Iceland⠀
CLICK THE LINK IN THE BIO⠀
There’s a hidden message in every waterfall. It says, if you’re flexible, falling will not hurt you
That is sheer mountain Dyrfjöll in the far. I walked a circle around it and want to repeat that 35 km route again and again, even every single week if I would. It was my one of the most exiting and happy one-day adventures in Iceland!
Have you walked this area too? What’s your favorite destination there?