An accomplished Icelandic national football player, Guðmunda once knocked England out of the Euro tournament. And she’s a rugged coastline expert…
Behold, Guðmundur of the Westfjords. Harbour master, tromboner and occasional music festival attendee. When he’s not directing ships or musical notes you’ll find him lavishing untold affection on to the dishes he creates in his kitchen. He once cooked for people at the Mugisson festival, but we’ll let him tell you about that.
Find out more about the Westfjords by asking Guðmundur.
One of Iceland's best kept secrets is undoubtedly the country's North-West corner, usually known as the Westfjords. Isolation has preserved the region in relatively unspoiled wilderness. Largely uninhabited, the Westfjords are frequently distinguished by travel guides as a destination of excellence, and are a must-see for any serious explorer.
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