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The Faroe Islands By Bike, Kayak, and Kite
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When David Fletcher and Jason Stirling at NorthSouth decided to travel to the Faroe Islands and make their film Silent Odyssey, they wanted to do it without the assistance of motors. Armed with two bikes, one kayak, and one kiteboard, they explored the 18 islands that make up this archipelago in the North Atlantic. Located between Scotland and Iceland, these islands are home to 50,000 people, 100,000 sheep, and no end of unspoiled adventure. Check out more from NorthSouth on their Facebook and Instagram.