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Geothermal powerstation, Krafla, Iceland

Training week, Iceland

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Stuffed Barrow's goldeneye and harlequin ducks, Hotel Búðir, Iceland

December 1st, 2016.  Our principal tour partners, Wild Photography Holidays, have just organised a training week for its established guides (including Charlotte and me) and new recruits. Charlotte cooked for the 14 of us, including company owners Martin and Geraldine, for the first three days in Grundarfjörður before she and I took the ferry to Brjanslaekur, the gateway to the Westfjords (leaving the rest to fend for themselves as best they could!) From our base near Latrabjarg, we checked out locations we saw last summer ahead of our tour there in late February 2017. A 640km drive east took us over to Myvatn where we reviewed locations for a late January 2017 tour – where guests can enjoy the additional pleasure of Charlotte’s cooking. For guests who have only ever been to the south before, both these tours hold some wonderful surprises; Iceland is nothing if not diverse.

 

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