Approaching the geothermal plant that makes the spa possible.
The seawater is heated 2000 metres below the ground by the natural forces of the earth. The water is 240 degrees Celsius at this depth, and as it makes its way to the earths surface it cools and collects the mineral deposits that makes the water so therapeutic.
|The water is pooling on the side of the road as you approach the spa.|
|The water is renewed every 40 hours, and because of this the water is very clean and no chlorine is necessary.|
|Family hot tub!|
|I’m not sure if the salt and minerals made you feel more buoyant in the water, but we all noticed it was harder to move through the water and I definitely felt more “floaty.”|
|More sculptures at the airport.|
|Our flight plan took us right over Greenland, and the clouds parted to give us a good view. Greenland and Iceland should really think about switching names.|
|meets this… it’s all just BAD!|