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Faroe Islands tripThursday august 22 to Thursday august 29
The Faroe Islands are northwest of Scotland and Southeast of Iceland in the North Sea. They are a self governing set of islands with ties to Denmark. Tourist season is July & August. Main occupation is fishing and sheep.
first day Thursday august 22
The plan was to check out Mulafossur Waterfall near Gasadalur on Vagar Island. We did find it but it was so foggy we could hardly see a thing. The tunnel on the approach was full of fog as well which was quite an eerie experience. The waterfall was a bank of fog with a small white point where ...
... fairly respectable and we all got along great.
Peaceful nights sleep until a drunken euro down the hall started arguing with someone around 7 in the morning, and continuing for about a half hour. After all the ruckus I took a shower and headed topside for a cloudy view of the Shetland Islands. We pre purchased lunch and at noon we had hometown buffet style pork something and potatoes, and sloppy chicken curry with undercooked rice. All you ...
... with chewing gum and straw.
The islands. Each one is different in some fashion. Some have more
villages, some have higher cliffs, some more sheep (not sure how
anyone would know that for sure), some have more waterfalls but each
one is beautiful in its own way and own right and worth visiting.
Not sure how many there are either. We only got to the large major
ones and didn't get to any of the small ones. That ...
... yada, yada – all places just teaming with humanity
and yet this week, this tiny capital of people survives and looks
like a teeming hive of people compared to the rest of the islands.
We have learned the Faroese are fond of two sayings at least: “Maybe
tomorrow” as in the weather maybe will be better tomorrow. And
there are 80,000 sheep in the country which is twice as many as there
So after breakfast, we ...
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TravelPod Member Reviews62 N Airport Hotel Sorvagur
we are right next to the runway but no planes come in at night and the first one out this morning was at 8 a.m. so was a pleasant night's sleep
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