The last three years of my life have been an adventurous whirlwind and I couldn’t be happier. Growing up I was always intrigued with the world, with seeing what was out there. I remember always talking about other countries and saying that I would see all of them one day. Luckily my parents always said that I could.
Oh, Iceland… the amount of beauty this country has is absolutely insane. Iceland is known as the “Land of Fire and Ice”, and as soon as you visit, you will understand why. There are volcanoes, glaciers, and waterfalls for days!
If you are in need of a vacation that is relaxing and full of fresh air and nature, then this should be your next destination. Along with the natural beauty, the people are friendly, the food is good, and the activities you can do are so fun!
If you would have told me how amazing this year would be for me in 2016, I would have never believed you. I have always talked about travel and seeing the world, but 2017 was my year to take action. I dove deep into the world of travel blogging, and I took advantage of some amazing travel deals. I was adventurous, impulsive, and welcoming to new opportunities, and I can definitely say it paid off. 2017 was a roller coaster to say the least… it was a year full of happiness, love, heartbreak, excitement, and challenges, but most of all it was a year that I truly found myself.
The Blue Lagoon, a haven for relaxation and rejuvenation is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. The man-made geothermal spa has an abundance of silica, which is what drew people to bathe in the water in the first place. So what exactly is in the water? What makes it so special? Well, the answer to that is three main active ingredients; Silica, Algae, and Minerals. These are what make it so great for your skin, but not so great for your hair.
When you think about visiting Iceland, there is no doubt that the Blue Lagoon is on your list of places to visit. This is one of the most popular destinations in Iceland, and there is a good reason for it; relaxation. There are some things to know before you go, but I promise it is well worth the trip… unless you don’t like feeling relaxed and refreshed at the end of the day.