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... Anyway we got into John O'Groats at about 6:30pm that night and checked into our caravan park, which from the looks of it was the only one in the whole town. The "town centre" consisted of maybe 5-7 buildings. It was freezing as well! Really windy! The caravan park ran right up to the edge of a cliff that dropped off into the ocean. Just as we were checking in we had a huge group of maybe 10-15 Italian Motorhomes turn up. So I got pushed to the side a bit and forgotten about ...
... saw the Front of the Castle.
Then we headed back down Castle Hill to George IV Bridge Street. Before we got there we saw a side street that looked interesting and headed south down it. It came to an end at an elevated walkway along a sunken street which took us over the George IV Bridge Street. We headed south and found Greyfriar's Bobby, a statue of a terrier named Bobby who for 14 years guarded the grave of his master, John ...
... day. Once to get more information from the Tourist Information Centre
across the road from the hotel, and later for some dinner. Minestrone Soup at
another Italian Restaurant, Martone, but I resisted the ice cream that they are
been trying to work out where to go next, before I meet up with Anne (from
Camino walk last year) in the Lake District on the 28th May. Have
been looking at different alternatives, north and south, but ...
Sunday (12th) breakfast was mental at the bnb this morning! Everyone was in at once and the chief who we have become friends with we knew had been out on the beers last night! Haha he looked like he wanted to crawl up in a ball and hide from the madness. We walked into town to catch the bus to Lockerbie and then to wait an hour or so for the train to Edinburgh. Scottish are very helpful people, another lady had a good old chat with us and told us where to go in Lockerbie for lunch ...
today, if you can get passed the videos of students doing the "Harlem shake" -
or pretending they are, there is a real Harlem shake that is something to see –
then you will get the impression that there is a living splash of colour that
emerges from the standard city grey.
It’s also an area that’s up and coming in the cuisine that
it offers the Soul and Latin food that it is rightly ...