The Faroe Islands are a place where you might see a goat chewing the grass off the roof of a local house while the owner is lazily talking on the cell phone. The contrast between modern and traditional life there is stark. The remote location, severe weather and extreme living conditions have left the Faroes wild and natural.
Nowhere is this wild nature more apparent than on the coasts, where walls of towering cliffs surge toward the skies while waves crash against the rocks and birds cling to ledges. That rough and windswept environment is best seen from the deck of a boat.Continue