Well, thank goodness for the cairns. But this weather is really something special, it seems totally exotic (in a positive way) to me! But I guess the Faroese are happy to get out of it once in a while if they can. This photo taken on the path between Kirkjubøur and Tórshavn.
Final days on the islands August 17th 2008 Since my last blog, we've visited Suðuroy (Southern isle) to both see the island (which is much less visited by tourists) and visit a metalhead that slept in the same cabin as Klas on the way here. It is always interesting to meet locals, of course, and this time we even got to borrow a car! So we went to see the place where they say that some "Turks" (actually people from one country or the othe ... read more
Europe » Faroe Islands » Suðuroy The population of the Faroe Islands is largely descended from Viking settlers who arrived in the 9th century. The islands have been connected politically to Denmark since the 14th century. A high degree of self-government was attained in 1948.... ... read more