Iceland Has Power to Burn

[Newsweek] The Blue Lagoon, Iceland‘s largest tourist destination, is a 100-degree melting pot. On a cold March day, as driving rain blows wisps of vapor from the nearby geothermal power plant, a group of Brazilian twentysomethings, a Japanese couple and teens from St. Paul’s, the New Hampshire prep school, wade through the milky water and coat themselves in silica mud.

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