Summer is the time for exploration, the time to try something new, the time to go somewhere you’ve never been (especially now that the World Cup is over). Whether that means discovering the hidden gems in your city, heading out for a weekend road trip, or embarking on a 3-month trek through the Himalayas, summer is the season. Enter the Faroe Islands; 200 miles north of Scotland and just about halfway between Norway and Iceland.
The Dirty Habits crew (our favorite Capetonians) decided it was high time that they explored the isolated archipelago, in search of carve-able mountain roads and kitesurf-able waves! They certainly found what they were looking for, and weaving between cliffside lakes and waterfalls, the M1 felt right at home.
But remember- don’t feed the puffins!