Sharvedda

Strathy Point, Strathy, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW14 7RY, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B is located on Strathy Point, Strathy.
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    Orkney Islands

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 09, 2014

    ... It was still raining and not conducive to walking the town and shopping. So, we went into the St. Magnus Cathedral that was next to the bus and walked around inside to waste time. We then went into the cathedral's visitor center to view a fifteen minute film about St. Magnus and the building of the cathedral. So, the story is this: Magnus was pious and gentle. On a raid led by the King of Norway on Anglesey, Wales, Magnus refused to ...

    Journey to Thurso

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 08, 2014

    ... and about local geography and the history of County Caithness. There was a very interesting exhibit about a local baker named Robert Dick, who was also a famous geologist and botanist. The last exhibit was a rotating exhibit in the art gallery. Shades of Oslo, here was another multimedia display of weird videos. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped for ice cream. We then relaxed and unpacked for our two night stay ...

    Getting to the Bottom of Alba.

    A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... around 4000BCE, when the climate became cooler and wetter, allowing the (then) small areas of peat to become more general as the soil sitting on impervious Lewisian gneiss could no longer drain adequately, becoming waterlogged.

    The roundhouse is, however, making a very interesting comeback within contemporary Scottish architecture. We have sighted some lovely modern homes built totally into the terrain, with turf over the roof and extensive glass towards the downslope views. ...

    Birds of a Feather stick Together!

    A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... unashamed many metres from first point of impact. Has the big beak evolved to ensure first impact on the first tumble is a clean entry, I wonder? Anyway, on a scale of ten, the degree of difficulty is clearly a 10, the skill of execution a 0, but the level of spectator enjoyment a 10 raised to the power 10.

    Our first night on the mainland was also awe-inspiring; however, the cause was quite different.

    On the way north from the ferry terminal at Ullapool, we stopped ...

    North by north west

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jul 27, 2013

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    Our day begins at Smoo Cave which is just down the road from our campsite. This cave is the only one in the UK which has an outer chamber formed by sea action and inner chambers created by rain water. It's pretty big and was used to shelter and repair Viking ships. Norse and Iron Age archeological finds suggest that it's use may go back as far as 6000 years. It's name, Smoo derives from the Norse 'smjugg' or 'smuga' meaning a hole or hiding place. As ...