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A windy road that leads to more magic to explore. 🍃🥾🚗 I wish I could teleport back here right now. 💫
A windy road that leads to more magic to explore. 🍃🥾🚗 I wish I could teleport back here right now. 💫
What a wild place.
Lucky that we managed to catch the sunrise there before flying back home.
#faroeislands #gasadalur #mulafossur
The Faroe Islands! The only place where you can fart on one island and smell it on the next.💨 I love this crazy and windy place!

Me and @stianmklo have a couple of spots open on our upcoming trip here from March 22-28th! We are offering a GIGANTIC discount on these spots. Dm or email me if youre in for a damn fine adventure with the most fun crew🤪

www.lofotentours.com
The Faroe Islands! The only place where you can fart on one island and smell it on the next.💨 I love this crazy and windy place! Me and @stianmklo have a couple of spots open on our upcoming trip here from March 22-28th! We are offering a GIGANTIC discount on these spots. Dm or email me if youre in for a damn fine adventure with the most fun crew🤪 www.lofotentours.com
Can you spot my friend in red at the fossa waterfall?
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Location: Färöer 🇫🇴
Can you spot my friend in red at the fossa waterfall? | In frame: @daniel_weissenhorn (Advertisement) - - > tagging person in frame.... | 📷 @giuliogroebert | Location: Färöer 🇫🇴
Staggering views that get right under your skin enjoyed in trusty layers right on your skin. ⁣
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*anzeige⁣⁣
@falkesport #FALKEsport
Staggering views that get right under your skin enjoyed in trusty layers right on your skin. ⁣ ⁣ *anzeige⁣⁣ @falkesport #FALKEsport
No words to describe the madness of this place. Trælanípa, the slave cliffs, received its name during the Viking age when slaves that acted out were pushed off almost 500 ft. to the Atlantic Ocean below. Swipe through to see a scale of the drop compared to the hiker above.
No words to describe the madness of this place. Trælanípa, the slave cliffs, received its name during the Viking age when slaves that acted out were pushed off almost 500 ft. to the Atlantic Ocean below. Swipe through to see a scale of the drop compared to the hiker above.
Hello friends – it’s me @kaptain.kenny and my friend @boyanoo here. We recently did a seven-day driving holiday through the Faroe Islands. It was my second trip to this beautiful country and this time I was sure I wanted to visit Eiði as I had missed it last summer. I loved this spot very much! Down there they have everything you could need – maybe except a nice café/bakery…. I didn’t see one of those in Eiði. But don’t worry – Boyan and I packed sandwiches and we ate them down by the ocean while listening to Einaudi. We won’t forget that scene any time soon. That’s part of the magic of the Faroe Islands – no one will ever disturb your picnic. #faroeislands #visitfaroeislands
Hello friends – it’s me @kaptain.kenny and my friend @boyanoo here. We recently did a seven-day driving holiday through the Faroe Islands. It was my second trip to this beautiful country and this time I was sure I wanted to visit Eiði as I had missed it last summer. I loved this spot very much! Down there they have everything you could need – maybe except a nice café/bakery…. I didn’t see one of those in Eiði. But don’t worry – Boyan and I packed sandwiches and we ate them down by the ocean while listening to Einaudi. We won’t forget that scene any time soon. That’s part of the magic of the Faroe Islands – no one will ever disturb your picnic. #faroeislands #visitfaroeislands
The Faroe Islands —a North Atlantic archipelago located 200 miles (320 km) north- northwest of the United Kingdom. Who would you visit with?
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📍#discoverfaroeislands
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📸 Photos by @chrispoops
The Faroe Islands —a North Atlantic archipelago located 200 miles (320 km) north- northwest of the United Kingdom. Who would you visit with? — 📍#discoverfaroeislands — 📸 Photos by @chrispoops