Sheep outnumber people 70,000 to 50,000 on the Faroe Islands. I’m just doing my duty to regulate the population 😋.
🐑: rack of lamb, oyster mushrooms, Jerusalem artichoke served with side of potatoes
💰: 370 kr. (or part of 5 course set menu 750 kr.)
Finally on swedish soil again. Just rolled into Malmö and looking forward to an amazing falafel roll 🥙 but I’m already missing the grass and rock filled landscape of mountains and fjords that is Faroe Islands 🇫🇴
i often catch myself in bewilderment of the random locations i find my brown self in 😆 here's me and the boys having mexican in torshavn, the capital of the faroe islands 🤷🏾♂️ // sure, you know folks who've been to bali and paris and coachella but how many people do you know can say theyve been to the faroes? 😃😎
I wrote about hiking in Faroes over on @visitfaroeislands earlier this week (link in bio!) and I couldn't help but think how different these islands must be now.
When Megan and I were there in August, the grass was a brilliant green, the sky was light until nearly midnight, and even when the sun set it stayed so close to the horizon that the sky never got truly black.
Now, I wouldn't be surprised if this lighthouse has already been hit with a few snows, and the sun is setting earlier each day - around 3:30 PM these days.
Could you live in a place of such extremes, or would you just rather visit?
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Finally almost ashore in Denmark and Hirtshals after a 36 hours boat ride. Big thanks to everyone that helped us with our production on the Faroe Islands. Great people and wonderful culture that we’ve experienced. Not the last time I’ll be visiting for sure 🇫🇴
Hiking in Suðuroy near the village Sandvík. Suðuroy is the southernmost of the Faroe Islands. The island covers 163.7 square kilometres. In 2017 there were 4,607 inhabitants, but there has been a gradual decline in the population numbers ever since the 1950s. We can see Glyvrabergsgjógv and Rituskor in front of us.