The Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is an artificial lake, created by the outflow of a geothermic power station near the international airport in Iceland. I’ve visited Reykjavik so many times that I can spell it correctly without looking it up, but I’ve never visited its most popular near-by tourist destinations. Today I took that opportunity! Just after I arrived a crew tour turned up, so I hung out with all the people I’ve met on the ship. I got some footage of me juggling, and other crew members joined in too.

It turns out that 10cm stage balls, when wet, are very hard to launch. On my first go with 5, when they were dry, I had no problem. After that I had to resort to other techniques.