Monday, 18 May 2009


On our northern course we now reached this danish outpost in the atlantic. everything was very different from what we saw on the scottish isles during the last days. Those towns looked british in every way, but now we had small, nice wooden houses, with grassroofs and a very scandinavian or icelandic athmosphere. As the Faroe Islands were called for "sheep islands" we really saw a lot of them. Some excursions took us to remote little settlements on smaller islands, and we experienced the unique landscape with steep cliffs and spectacular waterfalls. In the evening the Fram went island-cruising and we had wonderful views to the mountains, islands and villages. Great weather.