faroe islands 17

A perfect world only exists if it has other sides too. Today I meet Eydun, a professor of oral literature and traditional superstition. He tells me stories about the ‘hidden people‘, who have been present in the life of the Faroese for hundreds of years. As long as you respect them they will respect you, if not…

The Salvation Army runs a shelter for homeless people. All over the islands there are 35 men without a proper home. Everyday they get a lunch. I joined them. One of the main subjects of the discussion two of the men had, was the theory of relativity, not exactly one I had expected.

Although not often, but sometimes there is a little traffic-jam; and there is some graffiti.