It’s not a natural pool of tropical blue-green water like others of the same name. This lagoon is man-made of mineral-rich seawater from a nearby geothermal plant. Despite such less than romantic origins, though, the final result is otherworldly: a milky blue water hole with steam rising from it and white mud within it— perfect for bathers to slather on themselves.
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