Category Archives: Faroe Islands

It’s time to let the Faroese talk : “You Provide Sustenance For Yourself With What Is Available To You” – written by Elin Brimheim Heinesen

I tried to explained as I see it, from the point of view of the foreigner who landed in this corner of the world. Now it is time to let a very articulated Faroese to tell her point of view. … Continue reading

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Life as it used to be in the Faroe Islands.

The other day, while looking on a Facebook page that publishes different pieces of information about Faroe Islands, I came across this: http://icelandvisualhistory.com/2013/08/09/viking-life-in-the-storm-cursed-faroes-1930/ It is a fantastic view about what used to mean life in this remote place almost 100 … Continue reading

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When the whales become Calderon dolphins … The real story behind the “Calderon dolphins masacre” from “Denmark”

My better half fought a lost battle (on the net) with a Bulgarian brat residing somewhere in Florida or California, USA. Someone who did not have anything to do in her spare time and decided to save the world and … Continue reading

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