Monthly Archives: May 2016

Gísli Bjarki Guðmundsson

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May

Gísli is one of those guys.  He has the looks of a Viking, is ruff on the outside but soft on the inside.  He can turn a bad day into a fantastic one within a blink of an eye, just by smiling and exposing his tranquil aura.  Gísli, as so many of our staff, is a member of the Icelandic Rescue Teams so you are in good hands with him.  On his days off Gísli likes to sing with the local male choir “Bartónar” (Bar notes) in downtown Reykjavik along with his fellow guides Sveinn and Tryggvi.    

Gunilla Lindh

25

May

Gunilla or “Nilla” is a Swedish girl although she has the looks of a Mediterranean.  Nilla’s background is in investment banking but she decided to take a u-turn and now focuses on enjoying nature and people through her guiding work and expeditions around the world.  Her travels take her to the remotes areas of the globe e.g. to Antarctica where she has been sailing on a sailship doing what she loves the most taking wildlife and nature photos.

Arnar Hugi Birkisson

25

May

Son of Þóra.  Arnar is an easy going dedicated outdoorsman. He has been guiding at Inside the Volcano for 2 years. In 2012 he received an award for first aid responder of the year. Despite of the serious-faced picture Arnar loves to tell jokes and smile. He is educated in film and is currently pursuing a career in filmmaking.

Ragnheiður Harpa Leifsdóttir

25

May

Harpa is a nature enthusiast. Along with climbing into volcanos she makes art. Her favourite weather is the fog you see sliding down a mountainside from distance.