It was alternating torrential rain and fog, visibility was so poor I walked into a cow and my first sight of the lagoon I was nearly in it. I am still trying to work out why I enjoyed it, but I really really did. Part of it was being entirely by myself (I set off from the car park at 7.30am at the Green Lagoon Hotel and did not see a soul until I was on my way back down over two hours later). I found the the muddy path through fields at the start tedious but once I was in the forest I was happy. Be warned - it is then steps all the way which is quite different muscles from walking on the flat. The path down to the lagoon is steep and muddy and involves using your hands in places but never felt dangerous. Swimming all alone in a volcanic crater lake shrouded in fog was freaky.
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