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Blue Lagoon

Bangui, Philippines


I can not think of the perfect words to describe this very beautiful place. If you have been to Ilocos Norte in the Philippines before, then you probably know what I am talking about. It is this very enchanting place that drew me closer to the Philippines. It is in the Blue Lagoon that I felt very peaceful.

I have been here a couple of times already and I can say that I am glad to come back. The Blue Lagoon is located in Pagudpud. The road trip going to the beach alone was already enough excitement for me. The long and winding bridge that peeks to the sea is just very laid back. The trees and houses best describe the province life in the country. The best part for me is the Blue Lagoon. This beach is an ideal family vacation spot. From the cottages, you can see the crystal blue waters glitter under the sun. The sand is white and fine. My favorite part is watching the sunset with all solemnity.

permalink written by  On Foot on March 15, 2007 from Bangui, Philippines
from the travel blog: On Foot
tagged Beach, Philippines, BlueLagoon, Secluded, Pagudpud and IlocosNorte

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Blue Lagoon

Reykjavik, Iceland


Me and my mom and my dad and i are going to blue Lagoon. It is supposed to be a spa, my mom says it is from geoeconomic heat from lava.
The water blue and it has calcium in it that helps our skin. When I saw the rocks they were white under the water and black over the water,
they were hard rock like igneous rocks. Igneous rocks are volcanic rocks. They have a bunch of holes inside of them because of the lava bubbles pop.
The reason why the rocks underwater our way is because of the calcium on it, it makes rocks very smooth.
The water feels good on my skin because it contains lots of nutrients and a lot of calcium.
The place looked like the moon, because of all the rocks, it almost looked like a cookie, a watery, green Mossed cookie. We went with two friends we met on our trip.
They were named Katia from Germany and Oliver from Mexico and France.I think they will be the coolest people we will meet on this trip but you never know.


permalink written by  nicoandkara on July 2, 2009 from Reykjavik, Iceland
from the travel blog: Around the world in 80 days
tagged BlueLagoon, Iceland, Lava and GeothermalHeat

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