Address: Setterbrae Spiggie, Mainland, Shetland Islands, Scotland, ZE2 9JE, United Kingdom | B&B
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        Shetland Island

        A travel blog entry by robselclark on Aug 21, 2015

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        We didn't board the Kirkwall-Lerwick ferry until nearly midnight, and we drove off at 7:30am. The cabin was snug but many passengers spent the night on chairs and lounges so our beds were appreciated. We spent much of the day driving around the northern parts of Shetland. The weather was overcast and quite windy in the morning but it brightened up in the afternoon. No rain, so that's a ...

        A visiting day

        A travel blog entry by kapunismith on Apr 05, 2015

        4 photos

        ... s before.

        It must have been about 5 when we left there and went back to Fladdabister. We were all too full from lunch and afternoon tea so didn't have dinner but just snacked as we felt like it.

        Sheila rang Arthur Isbister to see if we could go and visit him that evening or the next day, but she got the fruitcake son who got totally stressed by the whole thing. Arthur was in respite in Lerwick and it was obviously going to be ...

        In the Wilds of the Shetland Isles!

        A travel blog entry by bronjack on Aug 21, 2014

        13 photos

        ... events for the community to enjoy.

        A little further down the road, we stopped to have our lunch at the local store/café. We enjoyed a leisurely 2 hours or so in the warmth, and were just about to leave when another cycle tourist pulled in. Pierre was from Luxembourg also completing the entire North Sea cycle route and met us exclaiming "You must be the Australian family doing the entire route"! He had heard about us on a ...

        A Farewell to Isles

        A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jul 19, 2014


        ... of days have been overcast and cool to mild, but the days on which it has rained have been matched by days of sunshine. Mind you rain has very seldom.been heavy. A misty drizzle would more accurately describe our exposure. The many gloomy days have presented a challenge for our cameras, with low levels of light and contrast. We're glad we've had good cold and wet weather clothing, and we have worn thermals and GoreTex almost every day.

        I've opened the UK Bureau ...

        Light a Lamp for the Lady of Lerwick

        A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jul 03, 2014

        1 comment

        ... seem to be at least three obvious contributions to their reputation: their size, or rather the size of their webbed feet with respect to their body size; the area of their wing with respect to their body mass; and their level of skill during the approach and landing phase. Apart from these issues, they're pretty well coordinated and well equipped for life as a Puffin.

        I should add at this point that the Puffin, and Black and White Guillemots (all members of the ...