I have been very excited to put this blog post together about some of the amazing food that we had on our holiday in the Faroe Islands. Lamb and fish make up a large part of the faroese food. The taste of both fish and lamb are very much determined by the method of preserving them.…… Continue reading A Culinary Adventure
First of all I have to explain the title. Literally translated it means Granny yolk and grandad crab. This is just a rhyme that we say here in the Faroes really 😄 There is something very special about seeing your parents in the role as grandparents. When I see JJ with my parents it makes me…… Continue reading Omma blomma og abbi krabbi
When I came to Scotland in 2008 there was no direct route between the Faroe Islands and Scotland. Only the occasional Christmas flight home. In 2015 the faroese airline company Atlantic Airways decided to try out a new route and set up direct flights between the Faroe Islands and Edinburgh. It goes without saying that…… Continue reading Faroese winter visit part 1.
Just less than 3 months ago James got a new job and he loves it. It was one of those opportunities that find you when you are not looking and are too good not to say yes to. We knew that this would mean busy times ahead for our family. August was gonna be especially…… Continue reading Bye bye summer
The 28th and the 29th of July are very special to anyone of Faroese nationality. They are our national holiday Ólavsøka and the celebrations are BIG! The 29th of July is also James birthday and in 2014 he proposed to me on that day during the national holiday celebrations. It was such a special day,…… Continue reading What a difference a year makes
My hometown has the most amazing beach. It is actually the largest beach in the whole of the Faroe Islands and I have always loved playing there. This summer my sister took JJ for a walk to the beach in Sandvík with her collie dog Sherlock. As the pictures below indicate, he loved it too! Going…… Continue reading Life’s a beach