Travel Blogs from Runavik
The forecast was for fine weather so we planned a small hike over the hill to Kirkjubøur. We set off at midday and the skies were already dark. By the time we reached the top of the hill we were surrounded by cloud and it started to pour. Still it was a really fun walk and the weather made the climb down a bit more exciting. ...
It was a rainy day so decided to spend it in Torshavn. There's not so to see it turns out. I bought a woolly hat from a local store then we settled in at the Irish pub. Dinner was rather good, a shoulder of lamb at Aarstova, a local restaurant in a historic ...
... cook them you'll save some money, basically he same as in Iceland. 90ddk for a cheeseburger meal which could probably be cooked at home for about a quarter of that per person.
Nicks Faroese Adventure Tip 2
If you're going to rent a car to experience all the islands make sure you get more than 200km . We got to see some awesome scenery but didn't have enough kilometers to get up north. Also in spring many of the Ferries don't run so helicopter is the ...
... the outer villages
without roads and such but I think you can book a sightseeing
helicopter ride which would have sincerely been awesome but didn't
think about it in time to arrange it.
Well all in all, I was quite impressed by this little country that
survives and thrives in such a wild sea and out of the way location.
It's a magical little place with steps back in time and steps forward
and lovely, lovely things to see. ...
The crossing takes about 30 minutes and isn't too rough and we drive
off, waiting for all the kids to cross in front of the cars with no
regard for safety or clearing the ferry. It was raining in Torshavn
but it is clear here. We have chosen to drive to the far end of the
island first, to Skalavik, where there are trails but when we get
there, we realize we've read the map incorrectly and no trails.
Sandoy isn't as steep and doesn't have as ...