The Faroe Islands sent nearly 100 athletes to Bermuda to compete in the Island Games this summer. They also sent Heri Simonsen. So when we returned, we caught up with him to ask about his experiences there. And we'll also hear a little from Heri's conversation with Island Games organizer Jon Beard.
While the 2015 solar eclipse is still about 18 months away, tour operators are busy preparing for it. Hotel rooms in the Faroe Islands during the days around the eclipse have long since been sold out, and now an eclipse chaser is in the country looking for a good place to view the once-in-a-lifetime event.
Our good friend Heri Simonsen caught up with Kate Russo and asked her about chasing eclipses and the perils of trying to view a celestial event from one of the most cloudy locations on earth.
After that, we head out to the exceedingly sunny village of Haldarsvik (pictured above) and soak up a few hundred years of history.
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This week, we talk to Gurid Hojgaard about tourism in the Faroe Islands. Hojgaard is the head of Visit Faroe Islands, which is preparing to launch a new branding campaign promoting the Faroes as a tourist destination. In advance of that launch, they've released this spectacular video, which is well worth the three minutes it takes to watch.
We talk to Hojgaard about the past and future of tourism in the Faroes, and how to market a destination as "unspoiled" without spoiling it in the process.
Then we'll visit one of the most isolated villages on the island of Streymoy.
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