Travel Blogs from Wick
... at cliff top level.
I had planned to go as far as Dunbeath but about a mile short of the village a southbound bus appeared. I knew that it would allow me to reach Inverness in time to return to Edinburgh by mid-evening. The alternative was proceeding to Dunbeath and waiting for the next bus two hours later meaning getting home until 11 pm. I didn't take too long to make up my mind. The bus driver ...
... for overnight accommodation and refurbishing the old hotel and building new chalets. There are some lovely island which you can visit on day tours, these tours take up most of the day and require an overnight stop at John O'Groats ,so it makes sense to build a few chalets. Had a lovely long chat to the lady and her son, so much information they provided for us. Good to stand there and find out what the ...
... York, Castle Howard, Scarborough in the rain, Durham, Hadrians wall, Edinburgh , military tattoo was awesome, into highlands and Aviemore, up mountains in the Cairngorms. Joc has managed to fit in lots of shopping. May not have wifi access for 2-3 nights I ...
Weather is looking good so far but can change quickly when we hit the big climbs of the day. We aim to have breakfast at 7. Gordon our host for the night is cooking a big fry up. And aim to be on the road for 8. Traveling west to tongue then south to binary bridge 106 miles. From jogle ...
... present owner (Earl of Sinclair?) is working on restoring this castle in time for his upcoming birthday.
Following this visit we then went to a reception and ceilidh at the Latheron hall and had a number of the talented local youth entertaining us. This resulted in another late night but was very enjoyable.
On Friday 27th we journeyed to Badbea which is a clearance village site, that is one of the sites that the Gunns where moved ...
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28 Bridge St., Wick | B&Bfrom $116