A secret string of tiny islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, with stunning landscapes and breathtaking scenery unfamiliar to every newcomers eye. The best part though- is the extremely kind locals who call this place home. With only 50,000 people dispersed amongst 18 major islands, towns can be very small (with as little as 1 resident) with homes found on some of the most obscure cliff sides. The Faroese love visitors, since its still a widely unknown destination. For humorous comparison, there’s more sheep than people, 70,000 to be exact, that graze freely on the fjords and feed into a huge wool economy. This place amazed us, considering people get to wake up to views like these every morning, right outside their kitchen window.