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We tried the Mulafossur Waterfall again and this time we could see it. It was a bit overcast but light enough to get a couple of decent pictures and enjoy the view. In the afternoon we had a wet and windy trip out to the Vestmanna Bird Cliffs. The cliffs were pretty impressive especially the places that the sheep managed to climb up to but the bird life didn't seem all that great; mostly gulls perched up in the cliffs and a few kitty ...
We landed at 5am and spent most of the day driving around. The weather started off fine but didn't last long. We grabbed a late breakfast in Klaksvik just as the rain settled in. Given the early start and less than four hours sleep we decided to pack it in early and find the airbnb. Torshavn isn't that big and one of the girls was home so we had an easy time settling in before taking a walk around Torshavn. This ended at the Irish Pub before Sushi for dinner at ...
... long tunnel. I was hoping to catch a boat out to the world famous Vestmanna Bird Cliffs, where thousands upon thousands of seabirds nest, but unfortunately, none of the tour boats were running. There isn't much else to see in the town, and we were limited to 200 kilometers in the rental car, so we headed back to Torshavn and returned the vehicle early (with 196 kilometers travelled). Trying to maintain a strict budget, we decided on a trip to the grocery store ...
... if you can stomach it. Headed back to the flop house for a nap, which was amazing. Spent the evening in the cafe watching gummy bears in Danish! Same theme song dubbed in Danish. After another horrible but cheap "pitsa" it was time for some sleep, which was interrupted a few times by my temporary flat mates.
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Nicks Faroese Adventure Tip 1
Everything is expensive so if you can buy some meals at the ...
... to be
for another trip, another time.
The ferries and helicopters and the sub-sea tunnels. All connecting
the people and the islands in some fashion. We mostly did tunnels
and bridges between islands with only one ferry trip. I am sorry
that we didn't get to take more ferry trips. I think it would have
been pretty nice. The helicopters have only been in business for
around 10 years connecting the outer ...