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Foula 2008 | Foula (Old Norse Fuglaey, "bird island", compare Norwegian Fugløy, "bird island", Scottish Gaelic Fughlaigh) in the Shetland Islands of Scotland, is one of Great Britain’s most remote permanently inhabited islands. Owned since the turn of the 20th century by the Holbourn family. Wikipedia
Hidden Treasures of The Shetland Islands — Challenge Sophie
If you dream of adventuring at the edge of the world, in a place that feels as wild as it does welcoming, go to Shetland. challengesophie.com spent an incredible five days exploring Shetland with her friend Alexis, by kayak, foot and campervan. Wild camping on remote beaches, chasing glorious sunsets, being out in the sea surrounded by seals and puffins and eating fresh fish and seafood.