The ferry going between Denmark and Iceland stops on the Faroe Islands. This makes a good opportunity to visit a place as special as this archipelago. The three days that are included in the Hirtshals-Seyðisfjörður or opposite route ticket are definitely not enough to fully experience the raw beauty of the Faroes.

arrival

Faroe Islands. Population 50 000, sheep population 70 000. 18 islands.
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rain on Kunoy

Drizzle and white fog outside. One just has to start each day with weather because this sets the tone for the whole day.
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hike to Skarð

It happens that we agree to hike together from Haraldssund to Skarð with the Brazilian guy.
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Kallur lighthouse

Yesterday I could the whole day observe how over the water Kunoy and Borðoy appeared and disappeared in the rain, Sam the ferry continued undisturbed on his route and the giant window pane swayed slightly in the wind.
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a walk on Sandoy

For cloudy weather that was in the forecast is a suspicious amount of sunshine outside.
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Tórshavn

In the smallest capital of the world I keep missing the right turns because everything is much closer than I anticipate it to be.
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Nolsoy

The weather is nice, good for a walk and picnic.
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ship ride

Breakfast is this time served only in Diner and that I already avoided when coming from Iceland.
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