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great little hostel/guesthouse the owner or operator was extremely friendly. clean and comfortable and centrally located, my only complaint was that the internet required reentry of password after about 5 minutes of non use, very annoying.
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14 April 2014: We said our goodbyes to Aubrey this morning and then headed over to the airport. Even though we were fully loaded with all our gear in tow, the airport was conveniently close and the walk was only about fifteen minutes. Initially, i was a bit concerned because it was raining pretty hard and the winds were strong. I was expecting a …
... here by following the sea, but I got in an extra hour of walking! I'm sure happy that I bought those Icelandic wool mitten gloves!! I was really ready for a relaxing evening after that. :)
Despite the rain, it was a lovely day. I'm enjoying the relaxed and peaceful pace here. I know it will be different when I get to Europe!
Reasons to visit the Faroe Islands
Wednesday August 28, 2013
Our last full day in the Faroes and we've going to look at the tiny
capital city of Torshavn. Doesn't seem tiny after spending the week
in back bay villages and hamlets and sometimes going for hours
without seeing another car. So why come here anyway? It is a pretty
special place as I'm sure most of the Faroese would agree.
inhospitable place. The whole of the experience has been one of
great beauty for the rugged cut islands and the steep cliffs and
waterfalls and also wonder as how on earth people kept on when such
odds were stacked against them. This morning as we looked at
Torshavn from our hotel window, the place looked like a mammoth city
compared to the hamlets we have gazed upon. How funny the
perspective as we have lived in Seoul, Houston, visited Hong Kong,