The Faroese appear to take a different approach to the concept of a day.
For most people a day lasts for 24 hours. Here in the Faroe’s they appear to have made that up to at least 60 if not more.
Of course, it’s not every day, just on particular day.
Thursday is the Faroese national day – St Olav’s day.
Except today is Tuesday afternoon and the national day celebrations have already started with the town centre completely closed to traffic and bands playing live in the streets.
Then again, perhaps the Faroese have a slightly more mature attitude to dealing with their national day than other people.
The really heavy party is tomorrow night, so the hang-over’s from hell take place during National Day and not on the day afterwards.
Of course, that’s assuming that it doesn’t just turn into a 60 hour drinking marathon, in which case the hangovers won’t strike until Friday.