Freezing gale whipping across the water so mad dash to get into the warm water. Then to keep head warm as its the only exposed part! Nice little "cave" bit where you can sneakily get in/out without being exposed to the arctic gales.
I enjoyed the time I spent there. Yeah it's expensive, the waters very salty, and the sludge of silica is full of other people's body hair, but you really should do this place once.
My main gripe/concern is... The actual lagoon is mostly very shallow, very few bits where you can stand up and be up to your shoulders in water. I spent most of the time kneeling, and there are lots of jagged rocks in the water which you can't see until you kick them. Heard lots and lots of "yelps" as people stunned toes, grazed knees etc. it's not for the infirm or unsteady on their feet..
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