American photographer Cody Duncan gives us the lowdown on what life is really like in Lofoten, northern Norway.
Lofoten is one of the most popular bucket list destinations for travellers, but very few people actually live there.
One of those lucky few is American photographer Cody Duncan, who makes a living leading photo tours, selling ebooks, and taking photos.
He joins the latest episode of the Life in Norway Show to talk all about life in Lofoten, the good and the bad. And there is an awful lot of good:
If you've ever dreamed of living in a remote yet beautiful part of Norway, this is a must-listen episode. For more on Lofoten, check out our complete guide to the Lofoten islands.
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We talk about:
- Why Cody moved to Lofoten
- How it was for an American to get a self-employed work permit
- What makes Lofoten such a special place for photography
- The best ways to get to Lofoten
- The downsides of life in Lofoten
- The cost of living in a remote part of northern Norway
- Cody's recommended hikes and beaches
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