Guest author Greta Paulsdottir | Polarjournal

Greta Paulsdottir

Born in an Icelandic village, the now Swiss-Icelandic dual citizen has kept the Arctic and coolness in her blood from an early age. At the age of just under 18, she pursued an expeditionary career and crossed the second largest European ice cap, that of the Vatnaj√∂kull, with sheep. Later she tried her luck as an entrepreneur and planned a chain called “Hakarl’s” with fermented shark as a specialty, but this was not successful for inexplicable reasons. However, she is more successful as a historian and author and also had dealt in depth with the Golden Age of Polar exploration. Because of love, she moved to Switzerland with her husband and has been working as a freelance writer on polar history ever since

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