Klaksvik Hotel

Address: Vikavegur 38, Klaksvik, Bordhoy, 700, Faroe Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vikavegur 38, Klaksvik.
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        Travel Blogs from Klaksvik

        Beauty and Peace

        A travel blog entry by goforfun on Aug 17, 2015

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... Traditional food here consists of mutton, seafood and potatoes. They eat a lot of dried mutton and fish as well as whale. An interesting point that we found out is this: when a whale is caught, it is butchered and anyone of the inhabitants of the local fisherman’s village that wants some of it, may come and get it. They share, never charge each other for the meat of the whale. That way it is all used up, no waste. They only kill for the meat, never ...

        Beautiful Scenery In the Faroe Islands

        A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 17, 2015

        10 photos

        ... people live in towns and villages with populations that vary from 5 to 1000. Geologically, the islands are part of a large volcanic plateau that is 50-60 million years old. It was built by layer upon layer of volcanic ash and lava and then carved into the islands by successive glaciers during ice ages since then. The volcanic layers give the islands a unique look -- a little like a huge green layer cakes.

        It was about a 50 minute drive ...

        Day 17 - Tórshavn, Faroe Islands

        A travel blog entry by peakenn on Aug 15, 2015

        12 photos

        ... Crepes with home made rhubarb jam and cream. 300 inhabitants - 70 cows - lots of tragedies- fishing village - 18hrs was normal/typical working day for fishermen. In April 1870, low barometer for a few days. After 3 days with blue skies & sunny weather - 20 men went to fish in their slerp (fishing boat for 15-18 men) & didn't come home. Memorial dedicated to them. Mother & 2 children looking out for father to come ...

        Day 15: A Day in the Faroe Islands

        A travel blog entry by snidjud on Aug 07, 2015

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... with Denmark, although more financially self sufficient. The people are proudly of Viking heritage, with no indigenous population. The weather was mixed with mainly cloudy skies, a few short showers and about 10C. But, even with iffy skies, around every hairpin turn was another brilliant photo opportunity. Twelve of us had a full day tour with Jon, an Islander born and ...

        Stepping back in time

        A travel blog entry by peterjl on Jul 11, 2015

        5 photos

        The day started with a thick sea mist and as I went for a run along the coast I could hear shops fog horns. Very eerie. We drove north on the island of Streymoy to Saksun. A small community on a fjord with grass roofed houses and church. It is on a pretty tourist road which is very narrow and no railings to the bridges. In the sunshine the greens of the fields and the roofs almost glow. Then on to the island of Eysturoy, via a bridge, ...